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Prince Harry thinks the girls at Bristol Uni are ‘really fit’

Prince Harry also allegedly enjoyed a night out in Lakota

Huge turnout marks the beginning of 18 days of UCU strikes in Bristol

Bristol UCU President says strikes are: ‘For the good of all, not just for the good of staff’

Bristol UCU announce the dates of 18 days of strikes

Bristol lecturers are striking in seven out of the first eight weeks of term

Police investigating as eight people say they were assaulted by the same bouncer at Mbargo

Videos emerged yesterday showing the bouncer shoving one person to the ground

3,500 respond to Bristol Uni consultation on renaming buildings linked to slavery

The online consultation will now close on Friday

Mbargo bouncer shoves Bristol clubber to the ground in ‘appalling’ attack

Overt Security told The Bristol Tab: ‘The individual has been removed from our Company’

The Rebirth of BED Mondays: Your favourite student night has left Gravity but is back better than ever

RIP Gravity, hello dutty DnB

A UWE student has developed a test to reveal if your drink has been spiked

All you need to do the test is take a photo of your drink using an app on your phone

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Bristol Uni gym undergoes £180,000 refurb in time for New Year and new semester

Just in time for all those New Year’s resolutions. We give it a month

University staff set to strike for 18 days between February and March

‘Every single UK university will be shut down’

The University of Bristol has announced it will be giving £100 to students and you could be eligible

‘My bills cost around £80 a month so I guess it’s going on bills’

Bristol City Council to push for rent controls as housing costs skyrocket

Council chiefs are lobbying the government to give them the power to introduce rent controls

Police appeal for information after burglary in Bristol city-centre student accommodation

CCTV shows two men stealing packages from the reception

How I went from taking drugs, skipping lectures and failing first year to a first class degree

‘I just kept visualising getting my results and hugging my mum again and again’

Bristol Uni medic’s debut album tells the stories of the young doctor’s patients

Dr Holly Dejsupa records her medical journey in the form of music

Trans students’ protest against Students’ Health Service lack of accessible hormone treatment

Trans students allege that they are left paying over £100 a month to access healthcare