Ronan Burke wittily challenges the CTPSE’s recent classification of the Extinction Rebellion as an ideologically extremist group.Read more
Henry Crawshay-Williams discusses the work done by Unlocked Graduates in reducing the rate of reoffending in UK prisons, in light of Boris Johnson’s victory in the recent general election.Read more
Last week Palatinate sat down with the Provost of Education, Alan Houston, and Joanne Race, Director of Human Resources, to discuss Durham University’s response to the strike action and their UCU members requests.
Following this, we took to the UCU picket lines to hear directly from the Durham academics of why they personally feel they must strike for their rights.
The world’s largest fast-food giant said the relationship was consensual, but Mr Easterbrook had “violated company policy” and shown “poor judgement”.Read more
Matthew Hedges talks about his continuing struggle with mental health and calls for universities to “learn from what happened” and ensure better provisions are put in place for travelling academics.Read more
Durham University student becomes one of the youngest contestants at age 20 to make it on to the Great British Bake Off 2019Read more
Thousands of people gathered in Durham city centre for the 135th edition of the Miners’ Gala.Read more
The current Conservative leadership contest has cast doubts over the implementation of the Augar report, which suggested a decrease in tuition fees and interest rates.Read more
Eleven Durham alumni have been honoured this year.Read more
The Augur review emphasises a lack of value for money in university degrees.Read more