Amber Thiara discusses how Loughborough students have been using the university’s sporting legacy to honour the memory of former students.
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On Friday more than 10,000 South African students protested outside of South Africa’s government building against a proposed rise in tuition fees, forcing President Jacob…
Megan Dunn only started her term as NUS president back in July but already finds herself the centre of controversy.
There has been much controversy recently surrounding George Lawlor and his response to an invitation to consent classes. Callen Chin-Anderson looks into it for Label.
The release of the 2016 Times Higher Education ‘Table of Tables’ has brought more success to Loughborough.
Tuesday 13th October saw VP Union Affairs, Max Crawford, host the first Student Forum of the year, where our new Post Grad DO was also elected.
Saturday saw the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March in America, where hundreds of thousands of African-Americans marched on Washington D.C.
Following on from the trebling of tuition fees back in 2012, the Government are now making plans to alter the way in which we pay back student loans, putting us more out of pocket.
Ellie MacKenzie looks at UK tuition fees in comparison with other countries around the World.
Today, October 5th many shoppers across England will be faced with a 5p additional charge for carrier bags when shopping.