Unhappy students have joined together to voice their problems and concerns with student housing provider Campbell Property.
Humans were not the only ones to enjoy the sun last week. Day trippers on Southsea seafront were amazed to see what appeared to be a lost penguin frolicking in the shallows.
The NUS President Liam Burns, alongside the NUS National Executive Committee, have officially supported a national demonstration planned by anti-cuts groups on 9th November.
One of the many events served up during ‘Freshtival’ fortnight was a boxing exhibition held in Ravelin Park. The University Boxing Club held Backyard Boxing; an open air spectacle, where challengers from all around the country took on Portsmouth’s finest.
A proposal for financial cuts in the School of Art, Design, and Media could leave 16 staff members, as well as the BA (Hons) Fine Art and BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design courses, under threat.
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Billed by University of Portsmouth Rugby President Rich Evans as “the biggest event held by any club [during my four years here]”, the UoP Rugby Football Club took on and overcame the Solent Barbarians by a nail-biting 20-19 – whilst entertaining spectators and raising considerable funds for two charities.
V, the national young volunteers’ service, are running a new volunteering scheme called Teamv, to help give young leaders a chance to learn vital new skills whilst helping their local communities.
Polo has an image as an elitist pastime for playboy princes, but the Equestrian Club Taster Day proved you don’t have to be rich or privileged to enjoy this exhilarating sport.
Pugwash News were delighted to catch a minute with Bruce Suraci, an aspiring football coach and student from the University of Portsmouth.