Anna Suffolk
Social Media Editor at The Birmingham Tab

Vaccination centre on UoB campus opens tomorrow

The centre is offering first and second doses of PfizerBioNtech

UoB places in the top 20 in the newest university league tables

Although it comes at a mere 116th place for student satisfaction…

Confirmed: The S’Oak will not be reopening, and staff have been made redundant

Greene King told The Birmingham Tab the pub will be closing

We spoke to the volunteers at Birmingham Nightline and here’s what we learnt

There has been a 119% increase in contacts reporting feelings of loneliness since last year

Meet the Birmingham student who was an extra in Bridgerton

Where do I sign up?!

I built a LEGO Old Joe and it was as chaotic as expected

No instructions, no problem.

UoB is finally offering a rent rebate to students in university accommodation

Student’s won’t have to pay rent for a month if they don’t return to their halls

27 UoB memes to remind you how much you miss Brum over the holidays

A little pick me up in times of deadlines

This is what Birmingham uni halls would be as TikTok audios

Can you take a guess what Chamberlain is?

We asked our UoB editors how music has helped them through lockdown

Because when you’re stuck inside, there’s no better reason to have a boogie

Meet the UoB student who is raising money for a local charity offering LGBTQ+ support

Sophie is holding a raffle and a sponsored walk/run

UoB students are organising a strike to fight for tuition fee refunds

‘Students are being gouged for profit during a global pandemic’

‘There are definitely over 100 cases in selly alone’: Students estimate the number of coronavirus cases

‘I don’t know a single person that doesn’t know someone that has had it’

These prospective UoB students’ places are in limbo after the A-level results fiasco

Future UoB students react to the governments U-turn after the A-level results day disaster

The 18 best things to do as a UoB student – by UoB students

So, you’ve firmed Brum? Got your results? Here are a few suggestions to get you started in September