One of the biggest events of the university calendar in Staffordshire takes place this week.
Sports teams from Keele and Staffordshire universities go head to head and compete in the annual Varsity Cup.
A Staffordshire student is set to become the first person to run the London Marathon with a defibrillator.
Chris Taylor, who has a heart condition called left ventricular non-compaction, will take to the streets of the capital in April 2012 for the 26-mile challenge.
Staffordshire University students have been proving their passion for fashion by organising their own clothes show.
The Diversity Fashion Show on March 20 will feature original creations, as well as collections from local designers.
Staffordshire University’s student radio station will be gaining national exposure when it features on Steve Lamacq’s BBC 6 Music Show.
Oliver Needham, who is the technical manager for One Media Radio at Staffordshire University, will need to have his wits about him as he tries to answer as many questions as possible on the subject of university radio in the on air quiz.
Racism in football has ‘never gone away’ and is occurring at all levels of English football, according to research conducted by Staffordshire University.
A survey conducted by Topfan has revealed that the issue of racist abuse towards players is still rife and can be heard regularly in both the amateur and professional game.
A talented reporter, who landed his ‘ideal job’ within two weeks of graduating from a Journalism course at Staffordshire University, has been presented with a prestigious industry award.
Danny Milligan, 22, who is working at Newsquest Somerset, was lost for words when he was named as the recipient of the Leanne Gibbons Memorial Award 2012 for most promising trainee, despite only joining the Media Group in July 2011.
A Staffordshire University student has become a finalist in an international blog awards.
Craig Harris, 24, is one of just five finalists in two categories in The 2012 Bloggies annual weblog awards.
The “Safe and Sound Homes” roadshow arrives at Staffordshire University in Stoke-on-Trent.
The event takes place outside of the Film Theatre on the College Road campus in Shelton on February 1 from 9.30am.
Children from Western Coyne Junior School and St Mark’s Church of England School got a taste of what it was like to be a broadcast journalist for the day.
The youngsters visited Staffordshire University to take part in their Holocaust Memorial Day events and got the chance to play reporter in the television news studios.
Children from schools in Stoke-on-Trent have been at Staffordshire University for Holocaust Memorial Day.
As part of their visit, the youngsters were working with Broadcast Journalism students in the university’s newsroom to learn about journalism and create content to mark the event.