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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University of Hertfordshire Graduate spotlights: Grace Tucker

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University of Hertfordshire graduates celebrate achievements at prestigious St Albans Abbey ceremonies

By Robert Wheatley and Matt Dowse It’s hard enough to make it as a musician, let alone do it all the while studying and working abroad, but with a fanbase growing by the day and three incredibly distinctive tracks released to Spotify already, André seems like he’s well on his …

By Ollie Read and Robert Wheatley It’s often assumed that, as a person of faith, one must identify a certain …

By Sam Carman Tension was in the air even before kick-off as Garry F.C. and F.C. Bag of Cans met …

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 …

By Lara Owolabi Portugal is an amazing country to visit, and if it’s not on your bucket list already, by the …

There’s nothing better after a day of lectures than relaxing, sitting back, and sipping on a nice cool beverage. Straws …

Cheeky Wednesday and Breakout! are hardly the only nights out available to students, and hardly the only ones that allow …

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