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Funding cuts in the higher education sector are driving more British universities to take larger numbers of international students. As the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, takes gigantic chunks...

The temporary planning permission on car park 20 expires next year, sparking fears for commuting students and the growing need for parking around campus. The 1200 space car park, situated on the Frenchay...

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Last year’s changes to the academic regulations were met with heavy criticism by many students. One of the most unpopular changes was the abolition of the 24 hour window for submitting coursework. The...

On February 24th, universities across the country will hold a Day of Action against the arms trade and university funding links to it. The movement is organised by non government organisation (NGO)...

Since the vast HP2 building was opened to UWE, the Exhibition and Conference Centre has been used as the location for 22,000 sittings. The transition from using up to 60 different rooms at any one time...

[/caption] In 2011 Bloodhound SSC (SSC stands for supersonic car) will attempt to smash the land speed record set by Thrust SSC 13 years ago and push past 1000 mph for the first time. But while the news...

Here is an interesting fact I learnt the other day. During the 1970’s much of the student body at Bristol polytechnic (later then to become UWE) dubbed Frenchay campus as ‘Colditz’ (As in the German...

MOHAMMED El Shorbagy is not only a mechanical engineer student here at UWE, he is also the 14th best squash player in the world. 18-year-old El Shorbagy from Egypt is looking to break the record books...

Good night, Laurel and Hardy. Hardly deserving for all their patience and prowess, the Soldiers of the West saw two points tease and taunt them, then saw them being sizzled down to a scintilla as Bath...