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Why did Queen’s leave it until nearly 9am to let us know if class is on?

QUB failed to give students enough notice in wake of storm Ophelia, despite every other educational institution in the country managing to do so

Huge demonstration for reproductive rights in city centre as Rally for Choice comes to Belfast

Around a thousand protesters took to the streets of Belfast yesterday to demand abortion rights across Ireland in their biggest march yet

Love Island’s Jamie Jewitt is coming to Queen’s Students’ Union to quench your thirst

Get your tickets now to see the dreamboat next week

Queen’s ranked 26th best university in UK

QUB jumped up five places in the Good University Guide

Queen’s is the 29th best uni in the UK, World Rankings reveal

The uni remains in the UK top 30, but slips to 202nd worldwide

18 year old man arrested over car park murder of Hazem Ahmed Ghreir

The PSNI initiated a murder investigation after the man was stabbed to death

‘Botanic girl’ breaches bail within two days

The 17 year old appeared in Belfast Magistrates’ Court after violating a prohibition on drinking alcohol

QUB’s female professors earn up to 15% less than male colleagues

The university’s gender pay gap is the highest among the Russell Group

Violence erupts in Botanic Gardens as woman attacks group of men

The violence unfurled in the student hotspot, leaving one man with a ripped t-shirt

How QUB ranks in the University League Tables 2018

Queen’s falls two places overall, but maintains a good position within the Russell Group

Morgan Freeman takes over Belfast

The legendary Hollywood actor has been spotted bopping about town today

‘All Gender’ toilets opened in new Queen’s University initiative

The gender neutral toilets can be found at four different locations around the campus

QUB to rename building after Conor McGregor

The MMA star is being awarded the honour due to his contribution to Irish sport life

Students warned to avoid Holylands on St Patrick’s Day after 1400 disciplined over three years

I predict a riot

Holyland off licences to close on St Patrick’s day

The off licences will close voluntarily in a bid to help reduce anti-social behaviour

Carl Frampton awarded honorary degree from QUB

The Belfast boxer will receive an honorary doctorate for distinction in sport this year, alongside swimmer Bethany Firth

Twelve Land Rovers and police in riot gear patrol Holylands

Tensions rise in the Holylands as police crackdown on anti-social behaviour in preparation for St Patrick’s Day

Woman raped in University Street area

Detectives are currently questioning a 25 year old man arrested on suspicion of rape

Hotel shuts down Belfast formal after drunken antics

The event had only been running for an hour and a half