Dolly Carter

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University attribute low food hygiene rating in the campus shop to “key staff shortages due to Covid-19”

Following an inspection on 13th December, the ‘Shop AT UEA’ has been given a food hygiene rating of 1 on a scale of 0 to 5. According to Food Standards Agency website, improvement is necessary for hygienic food handling (e.g. preparation, cooking, re-heating, cooling, and storage) and major improvement is necessary in the management of food safety….

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Students sign petition asking UEA to reinstate last year’s safety net policy for final year students

A petition asking UEA to reinstate last year’s safety net policy for third year students is picking up speed after the university decided not to make changes to the existing degree classification system for the 21/22 academic year. As it stands, if students receive a lower grade in their third year, their degree classification will…

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Welcome to the first issue of the academic year

Welcome to the very first in-print issue of Concrete in the 2021-22 academic year. I am extremely proud to have been selected as Editor-in-Chief and look forward to leading the team throughout the coming year. I’d like to tell you a little bit about how my Concrete journey began in the hope that it may inspire…

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