News

Exclusive: Tom Harwood is running for NUS President against Malia Bouattia

Durham’s BNOC is making an even bigger name for himself

Reasons behind the 0 hygiene rating of Dixy Chicken

Looks like the Subway next door will be first choice from now on…

Durham is third best for Theology in the world

…and has a number of other subjects in the world Top 50

What’s on in Durham this week?

No its not your never ending trips to the library. Time to make some other plans!

DUO is down, again, two weeks before dissertation deadlines

To make your second term that tiny bit more stressful

We spoke to Godfrey Bloom when he came to Durham and bought ‘beer for the men and wine for the ladies’

Durham’s favourite racist uncle talks alcohol, banks, and hitting Michael Crick

Trevs has been evacuated

As if Trevs couldn’t get any weirder

There’s a Cuth’s Instagram account that posts menus early

@cuthscomida: “Menu updates, tepid banter”

Cascada is coming to Durham

What Hurts the Most is not getting a ticket in time

£1 house for sale in Durham

You’ll have even more money to spend on jägerbombs

The Durham SU officer election results are in

20.8% of you voted

There’s a new healthy food kitchen opening in Durham

Look out Paddy’s, there’s a new kid on the block

Nando’s wants to sponsor a Durham sports team

Here’s your shot at scoring a Black Card

Climate change denier and sexist praises Durham students

He called Durham ‘so sound’

Keeping Wednesday afternoons free is the next big fight for Durham

Free Wednesday afternoons are important for sports, societies and, er, studying

There’s a lecture this Valentine’s Day on the links between Margaret Thatcher and pornography

Where else would you go on Valentine’s Day?

The Chinese Embassy demanded that the Durham Union ban a speaker at one of their debates

Anastasia Lin was invited to take part in a Union debate on China

You can now eat food past the barriers in the Billy B

The library is now the place to be

Durham students paid £60,000 in library fines last year

Over 26,000 fines were given out