Category Archives: 1968

“Warwick management’s plot to dismiss politically-active staff stopped by statute in the 1960s”

Connor Woodman is the Warwick Globalist’s World of Warwick Editor and former Editor-in-Chief. He is in his fifth year at Warwick, currently undertaking an MA in Modern History. This article is reposted from the Warwick Globalist and offers historical context … Continue reading

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The Radical History of Students’ Unions

This article was originally on 02/12/16 by the NCAFC here for NUS’ #LoveSUs day By Zoe Salanitro Today is NUS’ #LoveSUs day and many of us are left asking: what’s to love? The most recent Tory proposals for Higher Education … Continue reading

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