It has been said that student politics is so bitter precisely because the stakes are so low. Nowhere is the truth of this adage this more apparent than at the University of Edinburgh, where this week, in an unprecedented move, the Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) took legal action against The Student newspaper.
A students' union has taken out a temporary injunction to gag its own paper and stifle criticism over a legal row involving
I must at this stage confess, I have an iPhone 4S. A bizarre statement to make while trying to recruit members of my anti-smart phone army, but bear with me. I have only had it since December and, no, it wasn't my choice.
Do you fancy having your say alongside Arianna Huffington, Paul McCartney, David Beckham, Kay Burley, Ricky Gervais, and
The logical conclusion to reach when faced with students who are politicised is, of course, to accuse them of showing off. That's what Jack Rivlin did when he heard of the King's College London Think Tank and its enthusiasm for social reform.
We can safely say it has been a pretty tumultuous year for students. From unions banning women from speaking, to "milking
Students are celebrating a victory over broadcasting giant Sky after boycotting their television subscriptions in protest
Most student forfeits involve stripping naked or downing pints but one undergraduate went further than the rest when he lost
The president of the National Union of Students has revealed his concern that this year's student protests will echo the
Students and an NUS officer have condemned an article written by a student journalist titled 'The Week I Became A Lesbian