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University of London takes gold but LSE and SOAS relegated in new Teaching Excellence Framework

London universities have fared well in the first Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) rankings, released today. Imperial College, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London and other...

Here’s what you should understand about ableism

I’ve been disabled all of my life, and I’ve never known anything different. I think I’ve got a pretty good grasp on what ableism is – I’ve certainly encountered it enough. But my view isn’t definitive, so...

SOAS occupied by Justice for Workers activists

Students have occupied the directorate in the main college building at SOAS after news that the refectory, one of SOAS’ common areas, will be closed after August 1st 2017, resulting in redundancies. The news...

Students could prove vital in defending one of the UK’s most marginal Labour seats

The student vote alone could defend or overturn a small Labour majority in a West London constituency in the Snap General Election, figures suggest. In the ultra-marginal seat of Ealing Central and Acton...

UCL academics go head to head with management over staff morale and finances

UCL academics prepare to lock horns with management in an extraordinary meeting of the Academic Board today, amidst concerns of low staff morale and fragile university finances. It is no secret that student...

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Mélenchon’s Irresponsible Silence

Ex French Presidential hopeful Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s failure to endorse Marcon is irresponsible and disempowers the very supporter base he seeks to represent. As official campaigning for the second round of the French Presidential elections...

Everybody you’ll meet at NUS Conference

Conference, we are appalled… The apolitical SU lover “Don’t you think SUs are amazing?” they ask you. You’re at the NUS conference. Of course you’re a fan of student unions. “No but, like, just so so amazing?” Yes. You agree. You just want to...

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