Recruitment for the Student Marketing Ambassador role is now live and the University will be accepting applications until midnight on Sunday 27 February 2022.  The University is looking to recruit around 50 students to the role because so many of …

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Your friendly LexisLibrary representative is back and offering virtual training sessions once again this term. Just sign up through Eventbrite and you will be sent a joining link. Becoming Lexis and Westlaw certified helps you understand the research tools you …

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Winston Churchill still stands as one of Britain’s most controversial figures. A man of unparalleled drive and ambition, poet, artist, and master of rhetoric, he embodied the last throws of British imperialistic colonialism. Now you can discover the man, his …

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Who controls public spaces and culture? Activist groups like Brandalism and the AdFree Cities Network argue that corporate culture has now taken over, trading funding for cash-starved councils for the right to take control of the visual environment in which …

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We no longer subscribe directly to the Architects’ Journal.  We still have access to the Architects’ Journal in its entirety through the Construction Information Service (CIS). How to access the Architects’ Journal through the Construction Information Service (CIS) First, log …

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