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By Aaron Hurst – News Editor The International Association of Film and Television Schools, better known across the world by its French acronym CILECT, have recognised Hertfordshire as one of the world’s best institutions for TV and film. The university joins just 174 other institutions worldwide on the list of …

By Aaron Hurst – News Editor The Bayfordbury Observatory has opened its doors to the public for four events happening …

By Aaron Hurst – News Editor On the 12th December, the university’s Big Band society put on a festive performance …

By James Parrett – Contributing Writer Wednesday afternoons should now be clear of compulsory lectures for undergraduate students, following discussions …

By Oliver Price – News Manager The President of Hertfordshire Students’ Union, Grainne O’Monghain, has revealed that she has put …

By Oliver Price – News Manager The University of Hertfordshire’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Quintin McKellar, in his annual speech, criticised …

By Aaron Hurst – News Editor On the 23rd November, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced in his first ever Autumn Statement …

Aaron Hurst – News Editor From the 6th-21st October, the NUS held seven regional network events across the country in …

Hannah Wileman – Contributing Writer The College Lane LRC was evacuated today due to a small fire breaking out in …

by Editorial Team- Aimone and Aiden Every week, we do a recap of all the matches scores and encourage teams …

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