As Britain holds its breath in anticipation of today’s EU Referendum results, Megan Dunn praises the incredible efforts of students across the UK in amplifying their voices and shaping debate on a national scale.
The National Union of Students (NUS) is disappointed by the results of yesterday’s referendum, particularly given the high proportion of young voters who are reported to have voted to stay in the EU. National President, Megan Dunn, has written to Downing Street and BIS ministers to ask for a range of assurances over the future of further and higher education in light of the Brexit vote. The letter is posted on the NUS website here.
Students across the globe are gathering on Wednesday 22 June to pay tribute to the late MP to show that we have #MoreInCommon than that which divides us.
In light of the heart breaking news of the terrorist attack that took place in the Orlando LGBT+ club Pulse on a Latinx night the NUS LGBT+ Campaign would like to send our condolences and solidarity to the victims, their families and friends.
Ulster University have rejected suggestions to improve car-parking facilities for students at its Coleraine campus citing “cost effectiveness” it can be revealed.
You have until midnight on Thursday 9 June to register to vote.
Brexit campaigners have thrown a lot of mud at the EU lately. They've relied on an image of grey suited, bespectacled bureaucrats pushing paper around and costing the UK billions.
Turner Prize winning artist Wolfgang Tillmans tell us why he's campaigning for young people to vote to remain in the EU.
NUS Journalist Orianna Rosa Royle shares her top tips from her week's work experience with the Wandsworth Guardian.
If you are not on the electoral register by Tuesday 7 June then you will not be allowed to vote in the EU referendum.
In the run up to the EU referendum on 23 June, the last couple of weeks have seen scaremongering from both sides. In the midst of the battle between former London mayor Boris Johnson and prime minster David Cameron, the message has been lost.
Nominations for the Amnesty Media Awards are open until 1 August
A green light has been granted to construct a solar based power station near Belfast International Airport - the first ground-based solar power station on the island of Ireland.
New NUS research shows that three quarters would vote in the EU referendum if given the chance.
NUS Journalist Orianna Rosa Royle shares her top tips for gaining work experience and getting a break on the employment ladder
The government has published the first piece of Higher Education legislation for over a decade. It will enact some of the most significant reforms to the higher education sector in memory – but what’s in it, and what does it mean for students?
Win a work experience placement at The Observer through the prestigious Amnesty Media Award.
Earlier today the Queen announced the government’s legislation for the year ahead, marking the state opening of parliament. Here’s our summary of how these plans will have an impact on students.
NUS Journalist Orianna Rosa Royle shares her top five study tips for the upcoming exam season.
We, as the current and incoming Full Time Officer team, co-sign this letter together, to students and their unions.