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NUS condemns violent actions of “rogue protestors” for undermining the message of 50,000

Young Academic can bring you news of perhaps the most significant day in modern times for UK students… Around 50,000…
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Young people to challenge academics on ‘youth culture’ theories

As part of the already featured Cultural Olympiad programme, Stories of the World: London, Young Academic can bring you news…
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Bush defends torture of terror suspects

Former President of the United States, George W. Bush, has publicly defended the waterboarding of prisoners following September 11th. Whilst…
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Young Londoners carve out their vision of Roman London

As you know, Young Academic is committed to bringing the student community news of all the most engaging events occurring…
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Graduate unemployment peaks at highest rate in nearly two decades

Graduate unemployment is at its highest in 17 years at 8.9%, but is expected to have peaked in the short-term,…
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Burma: Hague puts hand up to Junta

Foreign Secretary William Hague has given his unequivocal support to Amnesty International’s campaign to free the 2,200 political prisoners in…
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Amnesty launch education pack at Crystal Palace school with the help of Keane drummer

Richard Hughes, drummer with the hugely popular British band Keane, was on hand to help pupils at Harris Academy Crystal…
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Listen to the greatest 20th century British and American poets read their own work

To celebrate National Poetry Day on 7 October, the British Library releases two new additions to its popular series of…
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Cutting edge Science Symposium at the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

The sixth science symposium of the Graduate School of the Environment at CAT will take place this weekend, the event…
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Energizer powers Breast Cancer Awareness Month with pink energy pledges

Looking for a fun and exciting way to raise money for Breast Cancer Care this October? By making a pink…
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