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February 13, 2017

Sheffield revealed as third most burgled university city

Sheffield’s student accommodation has had 600 break-ins in less than a year, locksmithservice.co.uk has revealed….

February 13, 2017

University’s commitment to workplace equality praised

The University of Sheffield was recognised as one of the best employers in the UK…

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Block-booking capped following post-exam Pop Tarts panic

Students were outraged last week when popular club night Pop Tarts sold each of their…

February 10, 2017

Students queued for two hours for Varsity Ice hockey tickets and left empty handed

Students were left “angry and annoyed” after queuing for hours hoping for tickets to the…

February 10, 2017

Biggest week of student climate protest returns to Sheffield

The UK’s largest week of student climate action is returning to the University of Sheffield and organisers are calling for students to get stuck in.

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