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>New bus link expected to take ten minutes off public transport journey times By September 2012, a new road is set to be opened that will provide more efficient bus travel in and out of UWE’s Frenchay...

In what can only be described as a great success, the sign announcing that Frenchay’s NatWest branch will close permanently from Monday 30 April has been replaced by another stating that it will now...

>No money and 36 hours: how far will you go? Calling all UWE students! UWESU Raise and Give (RAG) can finally announce that Jailbreak has officially arrived on campus. Grab your back packs but leave...

As a part of their first European tour, on Thursday 5 April, prestigious political hip hop band, The Coup, will be performing live at  UWE’s Red Bar. The event, which is being put on by UWE’s...

>UWE’s NatWest Bank to shut its doors on students The Royal Bank of Scotland has recently announced that they will be closing UWE’s NatWest bank in late April. On 6 February, a notice was...

Recent figures have revealed that the number of prospective students applying to start at UWE in September 2012 has dropped by almost 14%, against a national figure of around -7%. Since the formidable...

  >Emmanuel Okon elected as SU President for 2012-2013   After an intense and perhaps controversial week of campaigning, the UWESU election results were announced in Red Bar on Friday 9 March....

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UWE students have taken a stand against the deportation of a local Bristol woman to Zimbabwe through protesting and writing letters to MP’s. Khethiwe Mashavave, a Bristol resident since 2002, claimed...

 Access to online journals prevents students acquiring vital sources for coursework UWE boasts many things. Possessing the largest academic library in the South West is one of them. However, WesternEye...