The nightclub, which is over 40 years old, has long been a favourite with Durham students and locals. It boasts of its “cheesy tunes” and suggests guests “wipe their feet on the way out” on account of the notoriously sticky floors.Read more
Profile speaks to the outgoing Vice Chancellor and Warden about Covid-19, strikes, expansion, pay and plans for the future in anticipation of his retirement this JulyRead more
Editor-in-Chief Toby Donegan-Cross introduces PalatinateTV, the paper’s new video side.Read more
In her final editorial, Editor-in-Chief, Tash Mosheim, reflects on how enabling the freedoms of the press to prevail has defined her two terms as Editor.Read more
“Compared to previous graduates, we have an inferior quality education and a sub standard university experience.” Editor-in-Chief, Tash Mosheim, argues why students should be refunded for their fees.Read more
An anonymous student writes about their experiences volunteering for Durham Nightline.Read more
As editors of student newspapers at all the 24 Russell Group universities, we stand united against the Russell Group statement which declared ‘no detriment’ or ‘safety net’ policies not to be ‘appropriate’ or ‘necessary’ for students at this time.
Having listened to students at our universities, we are calling on the Russell Group to act compassionately and empathetically and to reconsider their stance on ‘no detriment’ politics for assessments this year.
Students deserve to be listened to.
#RussellGroupRethink, #NoDetrimentNowRead more
In light of Palatinate’s uncertain print budget, Editors-in-Chief Tash Mosheim and Tim Sigsworth outline the action we have taken to secure the paper’s future. This article has since been amended.Read more
“You won’t actually come across me this year, for I am, in fact, a virtual student. I only exist on campus as a face on zoom”. Editor-in-Chief, Tash Mosheim, muses on her experience of being a student not in Durham.Read more
Starting from 8 pm tonight, Collingwood Student, Jack Chrisp, is running 94 km to represent the 94 males that take their own lives every single week.Read more