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On Monday the 14th, the Prevent debate will take place at our Student’s Union. Hannah Williams spoke to Malia Bouattia, NUS President, and asked her a few questions about Prevent.     Why do you...

The women’s lifestyle magazine Red host their Women of the Year awards annually. With celebrity guests such as Fearne Cotton, Millie Mackintosh and Lisa Snowdon, this year was their biggest yet. The...

Hey girls, are you interested in kicking some balls? The 7th to the 13th of November is This Girl Can Week and gives you a chance to participate in activities. In 2015, the campaign was launched to...

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At the 22nd Encounters Short Film Festival, UWE Bristol Filmmaking graduate, Lutia Swan Hutton, was awarded the prestigious ‘NAHEMI Award for Creativity’ at the Watershed in Bristol. The Encounters...

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Securing a graduate job, work placements and internships are difficult. Make the first step by attending the Employers Fair. UWE Bristol is holding the largest career fair in the South West. It is being...

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Student village to grow in £23 million project, as UWE increases its yearly profit from accommodation and catering by £1.5 million. UWE has made £18.8 million profit from residences and catering...

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Students with problems that could cause them to fail assessments are being urged by a campaign group to voice their concerns following a proposed change to assessment policy.  Will Anderson and Siân Hampson from...

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UWE has been given the go ahead to begin a potentially revolutionary project aiming to dramatically reduce waste from the construction sector. The new idea would see building materials earmarked for refuse...

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UWE Bristol celebrates and promotes knowledge or black and ethnic minority history with a series of events this month. Across the UK, people have been celebrating the 29th year of Black History Month...

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New research has shown that the South West is the most expensive place to study in the UK, after London. It’s no surprise that London is the most expensive place to study in the UK, however new research...