Jessica Worboys delves into the languages department at UoN to find out why it doesn’t offer a wider array of languages to study.
Laura Kebby looks at the amazing local artists performing at the UON Band Comp’s third round.
Okay. I’ll be the first to admit it – I’m often guilty of the whole; “What time does the show start? …Huh, yeah, but what time does the headliner actually go on?” attitude. We all are. […]
Well, here it is again folks – yet another round of the University band comp is done and dusted. Last night a handful of young hopefuls took to the stage to hit us with their […]
Bridget Gunn looks at what it’s like setting back into your studies at UON after a semester (or two) abroad and how to reconcile the amazing time you had overseas with the return to normality.
With mosquitoes back in full force, Angelique Carr looks at what Ross River Fever is and how it can be avoided while you’re on and off campus.
Nikola Jokanovic explores every nook, cranny and crannied nook of UON’s libraries and finds out what secrets are held there.
As Watt Space begins hosting its new exhibitions this year, Sarah Webb chats with Fine Arts student, Scott Probst, about his photography in Iceland. Artists and photographer, Scott Probst, has been photographing urban and natural landscapes […]
Angelique Carr chats to UON student Josh Crofts about Newcastle Bites, the site he started to showcase all the best food deals in Newcastle.
Studying full-time can make it seem impossible to maintain a healthy work-life balance, but there are some ways to help manage this. Monique Smith chats with Katrina Hamall, a Student Support Advisor at the University of Newcastle, to find out some helpful tips.