Arches Online / story archive

Features and interviews from past issues of Arches magazine.

thumbnail Health challenges in the next 25 years

Three Medical School professors look at how we can face the challenges of cancer, dementia and alcoholism over the next 25 years

thumbnail A quiet revolution

James Johnston and Professor Suzanne Cholerton examine the pivotal role of women in medicine, and its development since the male-dominated 1800s

thumbnail 175 years of medicine at Newcastle

Arches looks back at the breakthroughs and events that have led Newcastle to become one of the UK’s foremost medical schools

thumbnail He who will charm for a thousand years

A tribute to our former Chancellor, Chris Patten, who stepped down last summer after 10 years in office

thumbnail Serious about stripes

Arches chats to Irish artist and graduate Sean Scully, widely renowned as the world’s greatest living abstract painter

thumbnail Lovely day for a Gilroy

A look at the life and work of artist John Gilroy, on the 111th anniversary of his birth (Arches 12, Summer 2009)

thumbnail The cutting edge of poetry

Arches meets the Newcastle graduates behind Bloodaxe, the publishing house that has revolutionised contemporary poetry (Arches 12, Summer 2009)

thumbnail Capturing the spirit of diversity

James Johnston looks at the issue of diversity and why it's important to the University community (Arches 12, Summer 2009)

thumbnail Great expectations

A preview of the Great North Museum, which will be open to the public from 23 May (Arches 12, Summer 2009)

thumbnail Two minutes with… Patrick Chinnery

A short interview with Professor Patrick Chinnery: scientist, flautist and elecutionist (Arches 12, Summer 2009)

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