Staffordshire University’s Student Union is set to host ‘Stoketober Fest 2017’ for the first time as part of their twist on “Oktoberfest”
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When a Staffordshire University student appeared on ITV News, little did she know the impact she would have on thousands.
Now Demi-Leigh Freeman is the driving force behind a campaign to put mental health on the local agenda. Staffslive’s Leah Mahon reports.
A Staffordshire University academic is working to make sport a level playing field, highlighting the successes of women in sport and campaigning to break down barriers faced by women working in the sport and exercise industry.
Children, parents and teachers flocked to Staffordshire University today (March 17) to celebrate the winners of Staffordshire’s Future Journalists Competition.
The competition was open to school children aged 7-18 across Staffordshire, Cheshire and the West Midlands, who had to write an opinion piece, a review or conduct an interview to enter.
A Staffordshire University student worked with actor Ray Winstone on his new film Jawbone.
Final year BSc (Hons) Film Production Technology student Richie Howle, 21, from Biddulph, got work experience as a runner.
Hundreds flocked to Stoke Minster today (March 8) to watch Professor Liz Barnes installed as Staffordshire University’s latest Vice-Chancellor.
The inauguration was planned to coincide with International Women’s Day, which celebrates the movement for women’s rights.
Three young entrepreneurs from Staffordshire University have reached the UK finals of the 2017 Hult Prize – the world’s largest student competition.
Daniel Griffiths, Danielle Nugent and Sarah Wright are the three Business Management students who will pitch their business idea in London on 3-4th March, with their idea aiming to transform the lives of female refugees in Colombia.
The candidates who will be going head-to-head in the fiercely-contested Stoke-on-Trent by-election clashed at a hustings event.
Eight out of the 10 politicians took part in the debate at Staffordshire University, in front of an audience of around 200 people.
A carol service has been held at Stoke Minster cathedral, as part of a partnership between the church and Staffordshire University.
The two bodies want to work more closely together in 2017 and build on the partnership that already exists between the Diocese of Lichfield and the University.
Staffordshire University students have launched the Staffs Future Journalist competition 2017 to discover the next generation of talented young journalists.
The competition is open to school children aged 7-18 across Staffordshire, Cheshire and the West Midlands who can write up a review, opinion piece or interview to stand a chance of winning.