In her acceptance speech, current Editor-in-chief Sophie Gregory thanked the “hundreds of people at Durham” who help to make the paper a success.
After asking the taxi driver to take her to the top of Claypath, the student was told "it's up the street, just walk.”
The threshhold for paying back student loans has risen from annual salaries of £21,000 to £25,000, a move that will affect thousands of young graduates.
A new study analysing widening participation data has placed Durham in the bottom ten of the UK's 132 universities.
The request will be heard at the next meeting of the licensing committee on 22nd May.
“Dividing children into the most able and the rest from an early age does not appear to lead to better results for either group" Professor Stephen Gorard from Durham University’s School of Education has said.
The number of strike days which could occur during the exam and assessment period will depend on any earlier action in April aimed at teaching.