The Vice-Chancellor of the Open University (OU), Peter Horrocks, resigned last Friday following a vote of no confidence passed by his staff. Staff had been opposing plans to reduce the number of lecturers the university employs and the courses it...
Voting for the Norwich City Council election is set to take place on Thursday 3 May, with a third of all seats up available to candidates. The current composition of the council is that of a sound Labour majority, with...
Turn those ovens on and get ready for some hilarious innuendos as the SU is hosting their very own ‘Great UEA Bake Off’ on 24 April. For anyone having major withdrawals from fabulous baked goods on your screen (or Noel...
Norwich’s famous Colman’s mustard factory has finally confirmed its closure in 2019, after months of consideration to move the factory out of the city. Despite 160 years of production in Norwich, the famous site for mustard making will be shutting...
The percentage of university applications made in the UK this autumn has dropped by two percent compared to last year, with 12,420 less domestic students applying for higher education, according to the newest figures from UCAS. By comparison, there has...
UEA’s student radio station Livewire1350 hosted this year’s Student Radio Conference at the beginning of the month. The three-day event celebrates progression in student radio across the UK. The event lasted from 4-6 April, and was an opportunity for 250...