News round-up: Philosophy and Literature programmes suffer from Covid cuts

News round-up: Philosophy and Literature programmes suffer from Covid cuts

This week, LSE launched their ‘SHAPE’ campaign which strives to promote the humanities and social sciences, students and staff joined forces to condemn the closure of the Philosophy programme at the University of the West of England and devastating cuts to...
News round-up: University staff and students bear the brunt of Covid-19

News round-up: University staff and students bear the brunt of Covid-19

As Covid-19 continues to inflict damage across the higher education sector and with the plea for a financial bailout falling on deaf ears, students and staff have come out in full force to highlight “inhumane” management practices and responses to the...
Saving adult education: how staff and students came to the rescue of a lifelong learning college

Saving adult education: how staff and students came to the rescue of a lifelong learning college

When the Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of Leicester was threatened with closure, a campaign was launched to re-open it as a community-owned college. Founder member Dr Miriam Gill looks forward to a brighter future for adult education in the...