The hit BBC Radio 4 quiz show The 3rd Degree is recording tonight at the University of Hertfordshire’s Forum, Friday …

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By Robert Wheatley You’ve seen the posters lining the de Havilland Atrium and the hallway: it’s time for the Students’ …

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On Monday 12th March, the candidates for VP Community, VP Activities and VP Education were all invited to the first …

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Update: In the days following this post, a fatal typhoon has hit areas of Vietnam. Trident Media has opted to keep …

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By Pelumi Agboola Whether you’re the book smart that gets all your books before the semester even starts, the type …

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Top Festival Tips: Standon Calling 2018

2018/19 President-Elect Adil Ur Rehman stands down [Breaking]

One-Of-A-Kind UK #BlackLivesMatter Module Launched For MA Students At University of Hertfordshire

By Zoe Fripp Official data shows that the percentage of graduates receiving first-class honours has risen by 44% in the last 5 years. The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) released figures that show more than 1 in 4 graduates were awarded a first-class last year, compared to only 18% in …

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. …

This week I was lucky enough to receive a set of advanced preview tickets to the new James Franco film …

Getting into sports isn’t always easy. Sometimes it’s too costly, other times you might just not feel like participating with …

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

By Sam Carman Student Spotlight interviews undergraduates, postgraduates and other academics about their schooling achievements, be it studying abroad, running …

By Robert Wheatley and Matt Dowse It’s hard enough to make it as a musician, let alone do it all …

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