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The Privatisation of Public Universities

What does it mean for a public institution to go private? And how does this impact the experience of university students today? Hope Talbot explores the privatisation of public universities and ramifications this has on students in 2022.
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Student-staff relationships: is Bristol University doing enough to protect students?

Within weeks of moving into student halls, Alice*, matched on a dating app with a tutor teaching on her new University course. ‘I was in my first year,’ she says. ‘I’d just moved out of my parents’ house and I felt this massive surge in independence'.
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A history of Bristol’s wonderful and radical women

From the Suffrage Movement to revolutionising understandings of engineering, here’s a list of Bristol women who radically changed the world.
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Bristol Nights launches new campaign to unite the city in a zero-tolerance approach to sexual harassment

On 24 March, Bristol Nights will be hosting the Shine A Light Parade to show solidarity with victims of harassment after a recent survey conducted by the organisation found that 100 per cent of women in Bristol had experienced some form of sexual harassment.
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The Privatisation of Public Universities

But, what does it mean for a public institution to go private? And how does this impact the experience of university students today?
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Over 10 per cent of Bristol’s student population have a hidden disability, but how would you know?

Going unnoticed is a common experience for those with hidden disabilities – after all, they are ‘non-visible’ conditions, and are therefore difficult to identify.
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‘This isn’t Russia’s war, it’s Putin’s war. The Russian people don’t want this’: Bristol’s Russian students speak out on current war in Ukraine

Epigram recently spoke to Russian students at the University, who raised their concerns regarding the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
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