The Chancellor’s visit included a tour of Durham’s new, £11.5 million Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics.
Durham University Charity Kommittee (DUCK), Durham InterCollegiate Christian Union (DICCU), Durham LGBT+ Association, Durham Instep Society, and Durham University Assassin’s Society have all been nominated respectively.
In sixth place, Durham University ranked above UCL, Warwick, Lancaster, and Loughborough, who complete the top ten.
Running on a platform of "re-legitimising" the student organisation, Mr Harwood secured just 35 votes from the Conference's 1,200 delegates, compared to Malia Bouattia's 272 and Shakhira Martin's 402.
A Durham Landlord has agreed to repay former student tenants their deposit and an additional 150% in compensation.
The scheme is part of a plan to "reduce operating costs by £15 million over the next three years".
“It is a special place which we all know and love.”