Features and interviews from past issues of Arches magazine.
Read about the transformation of Newcastle and Gateshead into a ‘living lab’, and the role you can play in creating a sustainable world for future generations.
Matt Ridley (Hon DCL 2007) shares an alternative view of sustainability.
Photojournalist and MA student Lindsay Mackenzie was in Cairo in February to cover the events that led to Hosni Mubarak’s resignation as president of Egypt.
Reviews of books from the alumni community, including Bloodaxe Books' latest poetry anthology Being Human; and Tristan Gooley's guide to the outdoors, The Natural Navigator.
Support students and new graduates through mentoring, work placements, offering advice and recruitment. Start by joining our Graduate Connections database, and read on for more details.
Newcastle University scientists argue that more funding is needed to address the 'national emergency' of dementia.
A chat with Geography graduate Ed Stafford, the first man to navigate the entire 4,000-mile length of the Amazon River on foot.
Arches looks at the work of a Newcastle research team and Nepali NGO, who are fighting for equal rights to citizenship in Nepal.
How a Mediterranean diet can improve your physical and mental health – with recipes from North East chef Terry Laybourne, and details of a new research programme on campus.
Share your old student photos and memories with us. This issue: crossing swords with the Newcastle Kingsmen