The BBC newsreader on 'Golf Ball Typewriters,' being thrown in Van Mildert's frozen lake, and having a Palatinate office computer named after him.
Radio 2, Eggheads and election-night graphics would be lost without him – as would have been Palatinate in Epiphany Term, 1986. Three decades on from his editorship, Jeremy Vine offers some heartfelt advice to the University’s present...
Profile's exclusive interview with DSU President Megan Croll, discussing her in-depth plans for the year, thoughts on the new colleges and University finances, and advice to Freshers on making the most of your time at Durham.
Brexit, tuition fees, and the politicians of the future – profile gets an early reaction to the Conservative Party Conference from Durham City MP Roberta Blackman-Woods.
In a one-to-one interview with Palatinate, Shakira Martin opens up about uni bosses’ salaries, no-platforming and why she voted Labour at the general election.
Togetherness and solidarity is key in these times where our day to day security is in jeopardy.
The captain of this independence ship isn't like other politicians. Her background and experiences have shaped her in ways that the run-of-the-mill politician cannot know or necessarily understand.