The Universities Minister claims the timing is because “the movement of students across the country poses a risk for the transmission of the virus”, despite pressure from universities across the country to open up sooner.
Freya Taylor explores whether the library booking system could be improved upon in order to ease pressures on students.
Harry O’Sullivan delves into the lessons that can be learnt from the recent blockage of the vital trade link in the Suez Canal.
Profile talks to Olivia Bothamley-Dakin, the President of Her Campus Durham, about her aims and plans for the publication.
The European Space Agency wants its astronauts to represent the diverse culture of its member states. Their latest recruitment drive shows their commitment is genuine.
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Miriam Mitchell dives head first into playwrighting, giving us an inside look at Christina Castling’s five-week long workshop series offered by DST.
“One of Britain’s most quietly intriguing artists returns with an album that is both familiar and refreshingly different to what has gone before”: Ned Vessey reviews the new album from Ben Howard.
Interview editor Aimee Dickinson chats to Durham alumnus David Sproxton about his sponsorship of the new Sproxton Stagecraft Scholarship and the importance of acknowledging behind the scenes roles in the theatre industry.