How a short-sighted financial decision has pulled the rug from under the feet of Trans students
New legislation aims to clamp down on no platforming
The boycott was organised by the NUS in an attempt to obstruct rises in tuition fees
Oxford is introducing a compulsory ‘non-British and non-European paper’
Broken budgets, new trustees and NUS affiliation all on the table
On Caesarian Sunday with finances in disarray, CUSU has had its day
Catching you up on all the gossip you missed whilst trying to recover from last term.
“You’re joking? Not another one.”
An amendment has defeated the government’s plans
Affilation will be discussed again before the budget for 2017-18 is released
They were anticipated to be only £250
They have since issued an apology to JSOC and rebuttal article
Spoilers: we’re not as lit as we think we are
‘Opinions’ looks like ‘onions’. Both can make you cry.
Richard Brooks has issued a statement via social media against allegations made yesterday
The NUS Official is said to have collaborated with the Israeli embassy to oust her
The National Student Satisfaction Survey is part of the TEF – suspected to increase fees
Are we really surprised at another NUS failure?