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> Oscar Clarke’s article in issue #1 caused quite a stir. Here, one student defends his faith… I am writing to express my utter disgust at an article which is nothing less than an all out...

> With the World Cup thankfully over, and the flags safely tucked away for another two years, WesternEye looks at their perceived significance in today’s society, and how BBC Radio 4 managed to...

> A British Red Cross humanitarian education initiative taking place in Wiltshire and Avon The British Red Cross in partnership with law firm Allen & Overy have developed a Justice & Fairness...

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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 Caribbean island of Hispaniola is rich in contrast. On the eastern side lies the Dominican Republic, which is infamous for its spectacular beaches. Tourists from all around the world travel to the...

This month I am going to talk about the winter survival course that is run here at UNIS, and what I and my fellow over wintering students got up to over Christmas. Due to the unique location the university...

Haiti, once a wealthy French colony is now one of the poorest countries in the world. The New Year has started anything else but well. On the 12th of January at 4.53pm local time a 7.0-magnitude earthquake...