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Malala Yousafzai applies for PPE at Warwick

Nobel Peace Prize winner and activist Malala Yousafzai has applied to study PPE at the University of Warwick, alongside Oxford, LSE and Durham. She currently holds three A*AA conditional offers and an AAA offer from Oxford. She received the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize at 17, following her campaign work for...
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Posted Mar. 19, 2017

Warwick Brass Society performance piece aired on BBC Radio 2

A piece called “Radio Roulette” by Warwick Brass Society was played on Simon Mayo’s Drivetime programme on BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday 21 February. This was following the society’s performance in the 2017 UniBrass competition. At the competition, the Warwick Brass Society played the piece, which featured the theme songs...
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Posted Mar. 6, 2017

Red ranking for free speech at Warwick for third year running

Warwick University has “banned and actively censored” ideas on campus, according to the Spiked Magazine 2017 Free Speech University Rankings. The findings have been criticised by the Students’ Union (SU) and societies on campus. The report surveyed 115 universities across the UK, assigning a “green”, “amber” and “red” ranking for...
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Posted Feb. 20, 2017

New university initiative to improve mental health and wellbeing

Warwick’s Sports Centre has launched a series of new free classes to improve students’ mental health and wellbeing. The new programme is being run by Warwick Sport, with funding awarded from Sport England, and it is open to both students and staff at the university. Taking place every Monday, Tuesday,...
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Posted Feb. 12, 2017