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AlumNews / alumni

An archive of alumni features and interviews from past issues of Arches and AlumNews. Return to the main news page.

thumbnail World Cup success for international rugby star

International rugby star Tamara Taylor has been celebrating after being part of England's winning Women's Rugby World Cup team. AlumNews chats to her about lifting the trophy and her time playing for the University.

thumbnail Make 2015 the year of your reunion!

Ever wondered what your old classmates are up to now or wanted to meet up with them again? Now's a great time to start planning your reunion!

thumbnail National award for Annual Fund Phonathon team

The dedication and hard work of Newcastle University's Annual Fund Phonathon team has been recognised with a national award.

thumbnail Inspire the next generation with your experience

Newcastle University Students' Union are in the process of recruiting graduates for a new school outreach programme, NUSU: Into Schools.

thumbnail Introducing Founderships from Rise Up

Rise Up, part of Newcastle University's Careers Service, recently launched Founderships, an innovative start-up experience for graduate entrepreneurs.

thumbnail Graduates' expertise to be used in international campaign

Three Newcastle University language graduates are visiting Colombia to act as interpreters for an international group of human rights lawyers.

thumbnail Graduate's invention helps the world sleep better

For millions of people, sleepless nights may soon be a thing of the past thanks to Newcastle Graduate Professor Dave Singh.

thumbnail Alumna Miranda Harper faces the Dragons

Entrepreneur and Newcastle Graduate Miranda Harper recently entered the BBC's Dragons' Den. AlumNews has the scoop of what it’s really like inside the 'den'.

thumbnail Fast track your finance career with ACCA Advantage

A free online event next month aims to help any graduate thinking about a career in finance or accountancy explore their options and pick up advice.

thumbnail Which butterflies tell you how far it is to the pub

Crammed full of interesting observations and facts, Tristan Gooley's new book encourages readers to fold away their maps (or switch off their sat-navs!) and explore the world using natural navigation.

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