Yordanos Brhane, 19, murdered after saying she did not reciprocate man’s feelings

Her family have said Yordanos had a ‘kind nature’, ‘positive attitude’ and ‘willingness to help people’

Birmingham student ‘catcalled’ and head-butted outside city centre accommodation

Kaz says the experience has made her feel she’s ‘not allowed to live [her] life as a women’

Joseph Derbisz died after ‘fall in suspected accident’ after a night out, inquest hears

The Birmingham student was reported missing in March

A girls only club night is coming to Birmingham

The main rule – ‘strictly no men allowed’

Muirhead Tower will be renamed ‘Tommy Shelby Tower’ to pay homage to Peaky Blinders

The name change will take place in the new academic year

‘We are overwhelmed’: Joseph Derbisz Memorial raises nearly £10,000 of donations in three days

The fundraiser will be used to pay for the funeral of the University of Birmingham student

‘As a mark of respect, we feel it wouldn’t be right’: UoB Guild’s club nights cancelled

Birmingham’s Guild of Students said it is ‘deeply saddened’ by the death of third-year student, Joseph Derbisz

A body has been found in the search for missing student Joe Derbisz

Joe went missing after last Saturday’s Fab ‘N’ Fresh

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A University of Birmingham student has been reported missing

Joseph Derbisz was last seen on Sunday 27 March at 3:30AM at Fab ‘n’ Fresh

The UoB Climate Justice Movement hosted their very own Divest Fest

The society is campaigning for UoB to end its investment in fossil fuels and commit to its environmental policy

The Birmingham Tab is looking for its new editorial team for 2022-23

Apply by Wednesday 23rd March!

A woman has been charged after a stabbing in Selly Oak

The victim was said to be in ‘critical’ condition in hospital

Birmingham holds vigil in solidarity with the people of Ukraine

Saturday’s rally saw 1,000 residents come together in condemnation of Russia’s invasion

Greggs x Primark: We visited the collab that’s got everyone talking

Because nothing screams class like sausage roll socks

We spoke to the presidential candidates of the Guild Elections 2022

You’ve read their manifestos, but here are the answers to the questions that UoB students really want to know.

Everything that has happened in the first two weeks of strikes in Birmingham

No change has been made since the last round of strikes in December