• DUCK scoops top prize at national awards

    DUCK scoops top prize at national awards

    Durham University Charities Kommittee (DUCK) has been named Student Fundraising Group of the Year at the annual National Student Fundraising Awards in...

  • The end of an era

    The end of an era

    Jade Azim suggests that nothing will be the same after Thursday, regardless of Scotland's decision ...

  • Durham retains world top 100 status

    Durham retains world top 100 status

    Durham University has held on to its status as a world top 100 university in the prestigious QS World University Rankings...

  • Professor Green to headline Welcome Ball

    Professor Green to headline Welcome Ball

    Professor Green has been revealed as the headline act for this year’s freshers' Welcome Ball, Durham Students’ Union announced yesterday...

  • Man discovered in river named

    Man discovered in river named

    A man found in the River Wear yesterday has been named as Robert Porter...

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

The end of an era

The end of an era

Jade Azim suggests that nothing will be the same after Thursday, regardless of Scotland's decision ...

We are better off together

"In family, in life, in economics and in nation, we are better off together." Sandy Thin explains wh...

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

Review: The Inbetweeners 2

Review: The Inbetweeners 2

"Redundant, unnecessary and largely unfunny." Jonathan Peters reviews the lads' second big-screen ou...

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...

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

Genetically modified plant oils and the future of GM crops in Europe

Genetically modified plant oils and the future of GM crops in Europe

Vicky Smith discusses Europe's plans to embrace genetically modified crops...

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...

Science & Technology »