Zara Binji

Durham summer congregation cancelled with no immediate plans to reschedule

An email sent this morning promises to consider ‘other ways of marking the occasion’

University staff to remove possessions from rooms of Castle and Hatfield livers in

They plan to relocate students to Josephine Butler following the Prime Minister’s Broadcast

Lectures at Durham being moved to online teaching amid coronavirus outbreak

Politics and biology lectures do not require physical attendance

Review: St Aidan’s Charity Fashion Show 2020

This year’s offering, ‘Awakening’, did not disappoint

Durham University launches £2M scholarships initiative for low-income students

The record breaking scheme will support students hailing from the North East of England

Aggression Sessions 2020: Meet the Boxers

The hotly anticipated event returns with Spar 6 this Friday

As someone with British Asian heritage, Katy Perry’s new British Asian Trust role is insulting

She’s neither British nor Asian. Come on.

Jimmy Allen’s has closed down until further notice

An announcement was made on the club’s Facebook page this evening

Cuth’s Charity Fashion Show 2020: Meet the Models

It’s time to take a walk on the wild side

Nominations are open for Durham’s most eligible bachelor and bachelorette

It’s time to get nominating

BREAKING: Power cut evacuates Collingwood and Grey freshers overnight

Maiden Castle is being set up as a temporary accommodation

Collingwood Football Club’s annual 24 hour game to kick off this Friday

175 players have already signed up to get involved

It’s time to meet the first of the DUCFS 2020 Exec

And we asked them all the questions you’ll want to know

Every boy you’ll meet on Tinder in Durham

Including a photo of your dog in your profile is not a substitute for a personality

Man tries to steal female Law grad’s degree by pretending he’d “had a sex change”

He tried to steal her identity

Meet the company bringing Durham to the races this Sunday

Ticket holders will attend the event at Sedgefield Racecourse

Durham students protest rising accommodation fees with banners hung over Kingsgate Bridge

One reads “My university doesn’t want me here”

DURFC to play charity match against Northumbria

The event will raise money for Sport in Action

‘She was very well known and much loved’: Olivia Burt’s parents are launching a charity in her memory

It focuses on providing opportunities to young people

I went to a private school and I don’t think they should exist

Unless we level the playing field, inequalities will continue to deepen