The University of Bath is ‘hostile’ towards free speech on campus, according to a recent report by Spiked Online. The report has cast doubt over the widespread belief that a University campus is a location which allows students and staff to engage in free speech. The report suggests very few Universities in the United Kingdom actually actively promote freedom of speech on campus. Some, they … Continue reading University of Bath is ‘Hostile’ to Free Speech, Study Suggests
A group of around 10-15 students at the University of Bath occupied a private suite of the vice-chancellor of the University for over 24 hours. The group were holed out in an area near to the office of vice-chancellor Dame Glynis Breakwell. They were campaigning in support of staff members who are currently engaging in 14 days of strike action. The occupation is aligned with … Continue reading University of Bath Students Occupy Vice-Chancellor Suite
Investigations into the tragic death of the University of Bath student Alex Green have proven fruitless so far, though an update has now been provided. Green was found unconscious on Westmoreland Road four months ago – on September 30th 2017. The Police have confirmed they are no longer treating Green’s death as the result of a possible criminal act. A criminal act had been one … Continue reading Update on Investigation into Death of Bath Uni Student Alex Green
Figures obtained by UniEel have revealed huge fines being spent at University’s across the United Kingdom at library’s. Part of our ongoing study focused on the University of Bath, where it was revealed students spent £711.70 on library fines during the 2016-17 academic year. This figure is well below the average figure seen across UK institutions. Putting this figure into perspective – with approximately 16,000 … Continue reading Revealed: How Much Did Bath Uni Students Spend on Library Fines?
As the dust appears to slowly be settling over the recent furore at the University of Bath, we take a look at the best social media reactions to an event which has been dubbed ‘Glexit’. A row had been brewing regarding the University’s vice-chancellor Glynis Breakwell being paid a whopping £468,000 per year. She announced her resignation amid considerable media scrutiny. Since then, there have … Continue reading The Best Reactions To ‘Glexit’ As Vice-Chancellor Resigns