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‘We are the university, not the management. It’s up to us to determine what kind of university we want to have.’

Since Monday 24 November, a strike action has hit the University of Kent over litigation surrounding pay gaps and working c...

November 29, 2019

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The University and Colleges Union (UCU), the main union representing the majority of academic staff in the United Kingdon, announced on the 5 November that they will be engaging in strike action across 60 UK univeris...

November 29, 2019

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“We act in peace, with ferocious love of these lands in our hearts. We act on behalf of life.” - Declaration of Rebellion, Extinction Rebellion (XR).

XR started in May of 2018 and has been in open rebellion against the Un...

November 28, 2019

Image courtesy of: Student Support and Wellbeing at the University of Kent

The Mike Oliver Exhibition in celebration of Disabled History Month (DHM) launched last night in the Keynes Teaching Foyer.

The exhibition was put together by services such as the Student Support...

Amid recent protests in Hong Kong between pro-democracy protesters and Chinese authorities, University of Kent students have been told to fly back to the United Kingdom from their exchange year.

Dean for Internationalisation, Anthony Manning, had met with Kent students...

November 18, 2019

Kent Union is to hold a debate prior to next month’s general election featuring local parliamentary candidates, InQuire can reveal.

The students’ union is to hold a hustings with all of the parliamentary candidates for Canterbury, Whitstable and Surrounding villages on...

November 13, 2019

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On 31 October, the Current Affairs Society hosted a panel discussion on Universities and Brexit, which included the President of Kent Union and Emeritus Professors at the University of Kent.

The impact of Brexit on University s...

November 12, 2019

 Image courtesy of: The Drapers Arms Canterbury

InQuire met with Johnny Woodger, manager of the Drapers’ Arms, to talk about his and the pub’s involvement with helping people in Canterbury and in Kent.

The Drapers’ Arms was one of the pubs which turned its shopfront purp...

November 8, 2019

Image courtesy of: Canterbury Homeless Outreach

Thursday, 10 October marked World Homelessness Day. To raise awareness on the issue, 40 businesses across Canterbury turned their shop fronts purple, the signature colour of Porchlight.

Set up in 1974, Porchlight is a chari...

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