The Critical Quarterly literary journal will now be based in the University of East Anglia. Since its start at the University of Cambridge in 1958, the journal has published literary criticism, cultural studies, poetry and fiction. ‘CQ has a great...
Last Wednesday Welfare, Community and Diversity Officer, Georgina Burchell, launched her new Sexperience campaign held in the Hive. The event has been designed to remove the stigmas surrounding sexual health. It consisted of a series of stalls and talks,...
East Anglia has secured an investment from network rail to the tune of £2 billion to provide a better performing railway service for Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and London. The grant will be spent on maintaining and renewing existing...
Recent research conducted by the BBC’s Reality Check facility has revealed a distinct lack of evidence to support the widely purported notion that universities are actively seeking to stifle free speech. This followed a recent Parliamentary inquiry resulting in the...
On Tuesday 30 October, UEATV held their first 48 Hour Film Challenge screening. Held at the Norwich Forum, the evening saw the products of over thirty of UEATVs’ members who produced the short films in only two days. Industry professionals...
Norwich’s Sleep Out 2018 will return to Carrow Road on 18 November. The event, run in coordination with the Benjamin Foundation, seeks to encourage Norwich’s community to raise funds to support the homeless by spending the night on the...