Ever since we had to fork out £9,000 a year for university, staff there have become a lot more accountable. And why shouldn’t they be? We need to know what we are getting for our money. Accommodation is a recurring theme this week, with a pest problem at Holloway to a £70 million revamp of St Andrews’ halls.
By Joseph Cassidy for The Saint
As part of the plan, Albany Park will be demolished in 2017. It will take the number of residential spaces provided by the University from 4000 to 4900.
By Sarah Bridge for Bath Impact
This interesting feature takes a look at feminism through the ages.
By Louise Jones for The Orbital
Earlier this year there was a reported pest problem around the Jane Holloway Hall building. The College confirmed that a mouse had been seen in the hall’s storage space, and a ‘pest control’ contractor was called out to attempt to deal with the problem.
In a statement released by the College, Tom Norris, Campus Communications Officer said: “We take the cleanliness and upkeep of our buildings very seriously, and routinely clean and check our buildings to protect them from pests.”
By Sarah Gough for Exeposé
This exclusive interview stood out for me this week. It’s hard-hitting, but well worth a read.
By Jonas Solgard for River Online
This witty listicle is likely to have distracted one too many Kingston students this week.
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