Staffordshire University’s Luke Graham is off to Kazan, Russia, to represent Great Britain in the World University Games next month.
Staffordshire University’s Fringe Festival got under way this week, with a packed programme of free events from 20th May to 15th June.
There will be film screenings, live music, art exhibitions, pop-up museums, markets and more.
Three Newcastle-under-Lyme College students were given the chance of a lifetime on a photoshoot with Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidić.
Joshua Platt, Toni Langdridge and Bethany Morris used the five times Premier League winner in their entry in the “Young Creative Chevrolet” photography contest.
Students at Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College have broadcast for the first time from their new college radio station, Knot6.
The non-commercial project has cost just under £5,000 to start and has been funded by the college.
Team GB hockey star Sally Walton met sporty students at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College to inspire them to go for gold.
More than 50 students were involved at the Fenton Manor Sports Complex event where Walton gave a workshop on successful team building.
A chimney crashed off the roof of a Stoke-on-Trent house, wrecking a parked car below.
High winds have been blamed on the incident which happened at a student house on Carlton Road, close to Staffordshire University’s College Road campus.
Staffordshire band All The Young will return to the county for a gig at a Burslem college.
Tomorrow’s show (March 24) is part of their UK tour to promote their debut album Welcome Home.
By Gareth Samuel: Staffordshire University’s 1st and 2nd Men’s Badminton teams both advanced to the last 16 of…
Badminton players from Staffordshire University made their mark at the British Universities and Colleges Sports (BUCS) Badminton Championships at the weekend.
While no Staffs players fought through to the second day of the two-day event, there were still some notable performances.
North Staffordshire tennis star Josh Eardley has secured a scholarship at a top American University.
Over the course of the next four years, Josh will attend Wingate University in North Carolina where he will combine studying for a degree with a scholarship in the hope of becoming a professional.