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By Zoe Fripp. Led by the University of Hertfordshire, a group of researchers want to look into issues such as how gaming and gambling sites have an impact on children, and whether more regulations need to be in place to protect users and stop them growing addicted. Recently there have …

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 …

By Zoe Fripp In a showcase demonstrating the achievements and skills learnt by regional secondary school pupils as part of …

By Zoe Fripp The University of Hertfordshire’s latest recorded employment rate is the best in the east of England Region …

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