“From one queen to another. Oh, I’ve written my own headline”
Biology is undergoing a renaissance as scientists apply mathematical ideas to old theory.
Activist video is providing a corrective to the mainstream media - but nothing beats the power of a
The furore over black students at Oxford won’t die down until schools listen to the wisdom of Eric C
Watch the trailer and win tickets to the premiere here.
The Friday Question: why not turn Oxford and Cambridge into postgraduate universities?
The Prime Minister's rhetoric is commendable. But it must be supported by policy.
British universities now see themselves as companies, and students are the losers.
Katharine Birbalsingh made her name when she wowed the Conservative Party conference last October. H
I grew up thinking of myself as equally English and Pakistani, writes Samira Shackle. Was I wrong?
By encouraging research on the "big society", the Arts and Humanities Research Council sets a danger
The Education Secretary’s “bursary scheme” is inadequate and ineffective.
The coalition’s higher education reforms are unnecessary, unfair and incompetent.
The only universities not charging the maximum amount for top-up fees are among the worst in the cou
<em>Jamie’s Dream School</em>, the TV programme currently trying to inspire school “failures”, could
Playwrights such as Arnold Wesker were a serious political force in the postwar years. We urgently n
Average institutions charging top-rate fees will prove a continuing headache for the government.
LSE is far from the only university to accept money from repugnant regimes.
Why are arts graduates so proud to be ignorant of science?
The head of Ofqual says handwritten exams are no longer valid, but the old-fashioned pen and paper h
For decades, philosophers spoke only to each other. But that is changing as they once more reconnect
FILM: Josie Long and Mehdi Hasan, plus UK Uncut take on Barclays Bank.
The Education Secretary has so far avoided the “at risk” list; but with his list of gaffes growing c
Aaron Porter agrees to step down this April, admitting that the union needs “reinvigorating” with a
<em>Fight Back! A Reader on the Winter of Protest</em> is free to download.
FILM: Lecturers go on strike in Bristol.
They’ve been dismissed as naive idealists, but today’s student protesters are pragmatic, democratic - and sane.
Budget cuts put more than 375 libraries under threat. We should be outraged, says Robin Ince (but ke
2011 will be a year of seismic change to our public services. A teacher, GP, lawyer, social worker,