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Masters of the traditional Northumbrian Rapper sword dance—the Newcastle Kingsmen—will be showcasing their unique talents at Convocation Weekend 2012, writes Maria Douglas.
On Saturday 16 June, North meets South in a battle of footballing prowess as London-based Newcastle Old Boys FC take on Garnett Bohemians FC as part of Convocation Weekend.
Design and build a model town using Lego, debate the state of the property market, and help visualise cohousing communities. Professor Charles Harvey invites you to the Great North Build.
Media graduate Miranda Harper offers 10% off her Zaini hats, a favourite of celeb cerebra, to fellow alumni. Maria Douglas finds out about her climb to the brow of fashion.
Save £25 on a ‘row of vines’ with 3D wines. It gives you ‘all the pleasure of owning a vineyard with none of the hard work,’ says owner David Dickinson (BSc General Science 1973).
Newcastle alumni and students claim ISBT Team Championship title for a record third time at the University of Twente, Netherlands, in December 2011. Jason Fernandes reports.
Newcastle graduate Anna Flowers (née Catto) seeks words, photos and ephemera for a new book on Newcastle in the 1950s.
Newcastle City Council is looking for volunteers to represent the city, as it hosts Olympic football at the stadium formerly known as St James' Park.
Work being carried out by a Malaysian student at Newcastle University could transform the biofuels industry by refining the process of converting a common shrub into oil.
A new centre for research that could pave the way for in-vitro fertilisation treatment to prevent the hereditary transmission of devastating mitochondrial diseases is being launched at Newcastle University.
There's plenty of drama for first year doctor and Newcastle graduate Andy Steval in Junior doctors: Your life in their hands which returns to our screens on 24 January.