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Breaking News: Northumbria's Autumn Newspaper is here!

24th October 2019

Packed with the latest news, features and interviews, Northumbria University News is the perfect way to ‘read all about’ the exciting developments taking place across the University.

In this issue, we look at successful Entrepreneurial Business Management student Ollie Simpson who has turned his passion for trainers into a thriving business, selling to a long list of celebrity customers (Pg. 33).

Our cover story shows the experts from the University taking part in a £4 million study researching changes in Antarctica and how this impacts rises in global sea levels, whilst on Pg. 12 you can read about the £1.2 million awarded to help forensics research at Northumbria University.

In our ‘Big Interview’ on Pg. 11 this time at Northumbria University, we speak to Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson who was appointed Chancellor of Northumbria University in 2015. She talks about the importance to her of being a chancellor, challenges she has faced throughout her life and why Sport is an important part of University life.

Recent sporting highlights can be found on Pg. 35 where you can read all about the triumph of two Northumbria archers who have helped Team GB to cement their place in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Northumbria University news is available now from newsstands across City and Coach Lane campus and online.


City Campus:

Pandon Building – ground floor entrance

Sutherland Building – reception

Northumberland Building – outside entrance to café Central

Sport Central x 2 – near vending machines in reception area

Sandyford Building – ground floor entrance area

Ellison A Block – entrance area by the door

CCE1 – ground floor entrance lobby

CCE2 – ground floor entrance lobby

Library – side entrance (near coffee cart)


Coach Lane:

Reception area

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