Alfie Pannell

Alfie Pannell
London University


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We spoke to the recent UCL graduate starring in the new Hunger Games movie

Max Raphael, who plays Festus Creed in the new film, finished his undergraduate Law degree this year

‘Count your days’: Heightened antisemitic threat level at London universities

Many Jewish students feel vulnerable on campuses as antisemitic death threats and harassment mount

‘Horrific incitement to violence’: Jewish students’ union slams UCL-UCU Palestine stance

The Union of Jewish Students condemned UCL-UCU’s use of the slogan ‘Intifada until victory’

UCL student climate change protesters disrupt BP recruitment event

BP recruiters reportedly ‘fled’ the event soon after

University College London’s iconic Portico pillars painted orange in Just Stop Oil protest

The protest managed to dupe campus security which was on high alert after a tip-off

Imperial College revealed as second largest beneficiary of fossil fuel funding among UK universities

Royal Holloway and Queen Mary also ranked among the top 10 recipients of donations from fossil fuel companies

Met Police fight new wave of robberies targeting freshers and offer advice for students

The police launched a new initiative outside the XOYO nightclub in Shoreditch

Planned UCU strike action at UCL has been cancelled

Strikes were planned for the week starting September 25th

Cost of private London student halls reaches 150 per cent of maximum maintenance loan

The annual cost of private halls is forecast to reach almost £20,000 in the coming academic year

UCL students are allowed to sue their uni – this is what it means for other students nationwide

Students across the country are now one step closer to winning compensation

UCL offered striking lecturer up to £125 to cross the picket and mark student assessments

The uni offered £125 for 10,000 word dissertations, £45 for first markers of 3,000 word essays and £20 for second marking