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UCL Provost to make Jeremy Bentham’s body a tourist attraction

Fair enough, if it’s for the greater good

London Mayor requests face masks remain compulsory on public transport

‘Mandatory face masks will give passengers reassurance and protect both them and our heroic transport workers’

Fabric bans photography and filming on dancefloor

The nightclub is set to reopen later this month

UCL to offer financial support for international students forced to quarantine

The cost of a mandatory hotel quarantine package amounts to £1750

‘Racial trauma’ to be recognised as grounds for self-certified extensions at Goldsmiths

Goldsmiths is set to become the first uni to include racial trauma as an official category in assessment mitigation

Notting Hill Carnival has been cancelled for second year in a row

The biggest street party in Europe will not be taking place again due to increasing concerns about Covid-19

UCL art students organise creative protest to demand compensation for lack of studios

‘My bedroom studio cost me £9,250K+’

Imperial and UCL make the top 10 in QS World University Rankings 2022

Imperial and UCL have been ranked seventh and eighth respectively

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‘1,000’ UCL students queued up for only 300 vaccines at the Bloomsbury Clinic

‘It’s honestly difficult to believe that UCL would make such a gross estimation error’

Student Central is closing down and removing its pool

Birkbeck is purchasing the building’s lease

What the Twickenham Stadium walk-in vaccination event was really like, from people who went

We spoke to some of the thousands who went on bank holiday Monday to try and get the vaccine

Rent strikers at Queen Mary blocked from receiving rent discounts

They have not been offered the 30 per cent discount offered to other students

Meet the Queen Mary student who wrote her dissertation on acid house raves

‘I’m never ever taking club nights or gigs for granted again’

Leaked LSBU email suggests plans to cut two thirds of undergraduate courses

The courses cuts are to avoid ‘poor graduate outcomes’

Keir Starmer backs temporary late night gate closures at Primrose Hill

This follows a spike in anti-social behaviour and crime in the park

Two arrests made following hate crime reports at Royal Holloway, police say

There have been several reports of antisemitism, including swastika posters placed outside the uni’s library