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Not many jobs consist of delivering the news to a mother that her son died in your arms. For Daniel McCloskey that was a duty he had to face only too recently and may have to face again.
The NUS has revealed that for the average student living outside of London, the gap between student support provided by the government, and the cost of being a student, has drastically increased. The shortfall has risen by 10% from last […]
Cupcakes have taken baking by storm. One of the reasons that they are so popular is the fact they are so cheap to make. You can be as creative as you want with your toppings – they can be as […]
Three undergraduate courses in the University’s Business School have been accredited by the international organisation EFMD – the European Foundation for Management Development – the largest network association in the field of management development.
Dear Pugwash News, I am a level 2 student of BA Photography in my third year at Portsmouth university having completed Foundation Studies in Art, Design and Media in year 2009-10. Whilst studying on that foundation course, I learnt something […]
Dear Pugwash News, If you want to get naked for charity, then go for it. Be my guest. Take your clothes off! But take a second to think about your career. Think about if you want to work with children […]
Women of Saudi Arabia are not allowed to drive, leave the country without a male member of the family or make their own life changing decisions, but they will soon be allowed to vote.
After interviewing Liam Burns at the NUS Student Media summit, I found it fascinating that here was man, elected in to office to be the unilateral voice of students across the UK, unable to do the one thing he wanted to enact as President; to organise a National Demo, in which students across the country could get their voices heard in the capital before another damaging bill to Higher Education students.