The academic study of peace has an enduring utility, but modern scholars are anxious to ensure the discipline moves away from being western-centric.
Sam Roch-Perks and Rory O’Sullivan have never met, but they share the same passion: engineering sustainable energy solutions for the future.
Universities' immortalisations of figures such as Cecil Rhodes have come under scrutiny as their roles in oppression and discrimination come to light.
The union provided abortion information to students in 1988, leading to an anti-abortion group to take its sabbatical officers to court.
Students are taught to be sceptical of what they read online, but the ability to approach printed material critically is as imperative as ever.
As the normative commitments of the discipline meet practical demands, academics are opening up their scope of inquiry
Trinity has joined an IUA framework to systematise and accredit short, intensive modules for postgraduate students.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced universities to confront the problem of anti-Asian racism on their campuses.
A new type of influencer – the PhD candidate – is emerging online in an attempt to combat the loneliness and pressures of the work.
Points went up in many courses as College received a record number of first-preference applications.