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By Robert Wheatley Humanitarian work is often regarded as extremely valuable: it’s knowing you’ve truly made a difference to people’s lives in places of unrest, and have acted altruistically to help those in need. What is more, having any form of volunteer work on your CV is a smart move, …

By Zoe Fripp   Thirty physiotherapy volunteers from the University of Hertfordshire were crucial to the success of the first-ever ‘Winter …

By Zoe Fripp Official data shows that the percentage of graduates receiving first-class honours has risen by 44% in the …

By Zoe Fripp A University of Hertfordshire student competing as part of the GB U23 Girls Rafting Team has been awarded an overall Bronze …

The following is a live account of events currently unfolding by Trident contributor Tom Boon. More details will follow when …

By Robert Wheatley Students work incredibly hard to complete their degrees, and sometimes balancing work and extra-curricular activities alongside it. …

By Zoe Fripp A 19-year-old Californian student has quit university to help his best friend complete his bucket list after …

By Robert Wheatley After a referendum was held regarding the use of live reindeer at its Christmas Market, the Student Union has …

By Zoe Fripp MP’s have voted not to include the clause of animal sentience into the EU withdrawal bill. Animal …

  by Zoe Fripp An exhibition organised by the University of Hertfordshire has taken place in St Albans, based on …

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