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These students took a 60-year-old man on a night out in Hatfield House

Their video has over 44,000 views

Someone was filmed urinating from the balcony in Plastik onto a group of people

Bouncers were ‘nowhere to be seen’

Staff at QUB and Ulster University have voted to support of future strikes over pay

They can strike again if they want

Holylands residents complain of ‘all-day and all-night partying’

They say Freshers’ Week was just as bad as last year

Hillary Clinton is getting an honorary degree from QUB today

Whitla hall is packed out

Queen’s University chancellor dies aged 65

Dr Tom Moran, the chancellor of Queen’s University Belfast, has died in New York

Belfast is the second best UK city for graduates this year

You could get 357 pints and still have enough cash to cover the bills

QUB students voice confusion over last minute SU referendum

The Students’ Union Council have voted to make substantial changes but students were given no prior notice to a referendum concerning the proposed amendments

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Queen’s Students’ Union are running consent workshops as part of their Choice & Consent Campaign this week

They’ll be hosting a roundtable on consent and a workshop on pro-choice activism

MPs declare 10 person limit at Holylands house parties

They’ve only gone and done it…

Body of missing Belfast man Michael Cullen found at Cavehill

The thirty-three year old Ulster University employee had been missing for 3 weeks

Police disrupt street party in the Holylands at 3am and warn they will return tonight

Between fifty and one hundred people were partying in the street

QUB is the ninth best uni in the country for dealing with mental health

According to our 2017 Mental Health Rankings

Get your booty shorts out: Vengaboys and Steps kick off their UK tour in Belfast tomorrow night

The Vengabus is coming and I am ready for it

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