Students in the Law and Business departments will no longer face 8am lectures for the 2018/19 academic year, the University has confirmed.
A former second-year law student will have his visa revoked on the 21st July if he is unable to pay the fees owed to the University totalling £27,000
"The University has finally responded to student pressure and committed to stop financing the fossil fuel industry"
The pair's fate hinges on the Home Office's decision not to classify the Mexican drug war, which has claimed 160,000 lives in ten years, as a "humanitarian crisis".
Ihsan Abualrob, a 27-year-old Palestinian Muslim, was assaulted outside the Happy Wanderer pub at 8:40pm on Christmas Eve after a man had asked whether he and his friends were "suicide bombers".
David Van Egghen has resigned after it was revealed he had defended white supremacist Richard Spencer, compared the menstrual cycle to self-defecation, and argued a woman's choice of clothing could...
Staff morale is "absolutely horrendous" as hundreds fear redundancy, while the University says "change is inevitable".
To mark Palatinate's 800th edition, former editor Hunter Davies, OBE, remembers avoiding his studies, impersonating rowers, and smashing a Castle stained-glass window with an orange...
Sir Harold Evans edited The Times and Sunday Times, and was voted the nation's greatest ever newspaper editor. To mark our 800th edition, he reflects on taking over Palatinate a mere three years...
The BBC newsreader on 'Golf Ball Typewriters,' being thrown in Van Mildert's frozen lake, and having a Palatinate office computer named after him.