Anushka Suharu

In conversation with the Warwick Laksh Programme

The Boar sat down and spoke to Helen Knight, the Programme Manager of Warwick Laksh before the deadline for applications of this year’s programme arrives on 6 December. Helen Knight was a member of staff at the university who took on the role when encouraged by the Director, and has now been involved in the project since 2013. She has visited India eight times and travels to Haryana, India each year which is where the project takes place.
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Posted Dec. 5, 2019

Syrian protest in the sunset of democracy

The photo above is one captured by Neville Lai, titled ‘Syrian protest in the sunset of democracy: the unattended stories of human right abuses', which unveils a story that remained with him even after his travels in Germany. The photograph captured Wafa, a Syrian refugee who Neville first met whilst walking through the streets of Berlin: “I wasn’t thinking about the competition at all to start with, it was just a coincidence. I was travelling by myself and I saw these people and I thought it would make a good shot, he told The Boar last Thursday.
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Posted Jun. 20, 2019

Hackers uncover sensitive data from UK universities in two hours

A recent investigation has revealed that technological systems at UK universities are unable to fend off cyber-attacks, after hackers accessed “high-value” data in under two hours. Jisc, a company that provides network services to universities and research centres in the UK, conducted a test using “ethical hackers”. They were able...
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Posted Apr. 10, 2019