"Your campus, your voice."
April 22, 2020
There has been a shooting in Chatham dockside, next to the University of Kent's Medway Campus, Police have confirmed.
Footage has shown a man on top of one of Chatham’s high-rise apartments opposite the historic dockyard firing a weapon randomly below, which occurred be...
March 13, 2020
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The University of Kent have confirmed that there are no cases of Coronavirus on campus, after rumours that a house in Parkwood was evacuated.
A video surfaced on Snapchat which appeared to show three people in hazmat suits entering...
February 12, 2020
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The University of Kent welcomed the feminist and Nottingham Trent University lecturer Hind El-Hinnawy to campus.
The lecturer, who has written on women’s rights and criminal justice issues in Egypt and the Middle E...
January 24, 2020
Material from a group with proported ties to 'white supremacy and nationalism' group has been found at the University of Kent.
The material, first reported by the student advocacy group UKC Student Solidarity in Action, is from a group called the Hundred Handers.
January 22, 2020
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There has been a stabbing following a brawl in the city centre.
Police were called at around 16:30pm to reports of a fight Behind the Halifax building in central Canterbury, opposite the Whitefriar’s shopping district.
January 21, 2020
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Kent Union will be holding a referendum on membership of the National Union of Students (NUS).
The poll, which will be ran concurrently alongside Kent Union’s leadership elections, will decide whether the Union will keep or...
January 16, 2020
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An air ambulance was called last night to an incident in Hales Place.
The helicopter ambulance, which landed in Beverley Meadows between Hales Place and the University of Kent, was audibly heard by residents between St Dunstans, St Stephens a...
September 20, 2019
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has apologised after commenting that “whinging” Remainers should accept the outcome of the 2016 Brexit vote.
Justin Welby took to Facebook to apologise for previous comments made against Remain campaigners, where he said:...
September 1, 2019
The Vice President for Student Engagement, Emily Window, has opened up about new changes to the sports membership system at Kent in the new year.
After a survey conducted on campus, in which over 2500 students provided feedback following almost 10 years of student campa...