• Durham’s ‘silent’ comedy boom makes noise at the Fringe

    Durham’s ‘silent’ comedy boom makes noise at the Fringe

    Kate Wilkinson finds this year's Edinburgh Fringe crawling with successful and hilarious Durham graduates...

  • We’re Hiring! Round 3 vacancies out

    We’re Hiring! Round 3 vacancies out

    Want to get involved with Palatinate? We're seeking talented and enthusiastic people to fill the following positions. Round Three vacancies are now up...

  • St John’s tops new college rankings

    St John’s tops new college rankings

    College rankings are released in Palatinate's inaugural Durham academic league table...

  • University to build additional 1,000 beds on Mount Oswald site

    University to build additional 1,000 beds on Mount Oswald site

    Durham University has entered into a contract with the Banks Group developers to put accommodation for 1,000 students on the Mount Oswald site, a form...

  • Life continues under rocket fire

    Life continues under rocket fire

    Tom Fenton reports on ordinary life during the Gaza conflict from his perspective in Israel....

Issue 763 – Main Paper

Issue 763 – Indigo

Sport

Women’s football must play catch-up

Women’s football must play catch-up

Whilst men’s football has grown to exponential heights, with billions of pounds invested in the ga...

Why Andy Murray will not win Wimbledon

Considering that in the last 25 years only Pete Sampras and Roger Federer, two of the greatest ever ...

Sport »

Comment

Life continues under rocket fire

Life continues under rocket fire

Tom Fenton reports on ordinary life during the Gaza conflict from his perspective in Israel....

Dare to be diverse!

Lina Boe looks at why we need to embrace diversity...

Comment »

Politics

Lessons in leadership: the twisted appeal of UKIP

Lessons in leadership: the twisted appeal of UKIP

Rohan comments on the Euro 2014 elections and the political expediency of the twisted leadership of ...

The European Union elections 2014: what to expect

Harry Goodwin looks towards the 2014 European Parliamentary elections ...

Politics »

Business

What can the UK learn from the growing Chinese economy?

What can the UK learn from the growing Chinese economy?

The question on world economists' minds is how will the Chinese economy change in order to drive its...

Durham’s entrepreneurial spirit

When it comes to student entrepreneurship, Durham is making a name for itself...

Business »

Careers

Your essential job interview follow-up checklist

Your essential job interview follow-up checklist

Yasmin Codron, Blogger and Marketing Assistant for Graduate Recruitment Bureau, provides an invaluab...

Durham students dominate Unilever summer scheme

This summer, three of the four places for Unilever’s marketing internship were filled by Durham st...

Careers »

Lifestyle

Mount Kinabalu: dizzying heights

Mount Kinabalu: dizzying heights

Alice Evans conquers Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain on the Malay Archipelago...

The boys are back in town

Katie Shuff takes a look at the standout shows at this season's London Collections: Men ...

Lifestyle »

Arts

Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe

With Guardians of the Galaxy proving to be one of the biggest hits of the summer, Joshua looks at ho...

Review: Sin City – A Dame to Kill For

Rory delivers his verdict on the belated Sin City sequel, A Dame to Kill For......

Arts »

Blogs

Lethal misogyny

Lethal misogyny

Becky Wilson looks at the worrying trend of online misogyny...

Je regret nothing

Victoria Harris discusses the concept of regret...

Blogs »

Science & Tech

If only I had a heart: can robots truly understand human emotions?

If only I had a heart: can robots truly understand human emotions?

Bryony Hockin examines advances in robotics and considers how we interact with modern robots...

Reader’s Scigest 19-06-14

Sadie Bartholomew summarises this week's science news highlights...

Science & Technology »