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By Chloe Sladden Turner Farida Bedwei, a disability advocate, IT expert and software engineer graduated from Herts university with a computer science degree. She has now gone on to create comic-book superhero Karmzah, who has cerebral palsy. A face2faceafrica.com article by Elizabeth Ofosuah Johnson revealed The Karmzah comic series was released …

By Danielle Smith The start of the new season could not be looking any brighter for the University of Hertfordshire …

By Zoe Fripp. Led by the University of Hertfordshire, a group of researchers want to look into issues such as …

By Zoe Fripp. At the University of Hertfordshire’s annual start-up business awards, Flare, budding entrepreneur Djanomi Headley-Fulani has won £8,000 …

By Zoe Fripp University of Hertfordshire graduate Mart Bira was presented with a Gold Medal Student Academy Award by The …

By Luke Footman  It’s an old cliché that university is the perfect social setting for taking illegal drugs. University is …

By Zoe Fripp At the AV Awards 2018, the University of Hertfordshire Events, AV and Digital Team won The AV …

By Sophia Rodgers According to new guidelines, all staff who work with students within universities should receive suicide prevention and …

By Zoe Fripp. Between Monday 3rd September and Tuesday 11th September, 16,000 students, alongside their loved ones, attended their University …

By Zoe Fripp. Students all over the UK are heading back to their accommodation this week for another year of …

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