A lecture which claims to finally prove the existence of God is being held at Bournemouth University today. The Bournemouth University Islamic Society is holding the lecture as part of Islamic Awareness Week 2018, its annual event. It is being held at Stevenson Hall on the University’s Talbot Campus, at 6.30PM today (March 21), and […]
In recent days, the Borough of Poole’s new cycle lanes have been labelled a ‘recipe for disaster’ by Cycling UK. They claim that many of the new lanes around Bournemouth University and the surrounding area have either directed cyclists into oncoming traffic or in the way of pedestrians. Angela Pooley, secretary of Bournemouth Cycling […]
Kirsty Gilbert-Gold a transgender parent, taxi driver and comedy artist from Bournemouth. The story of love, hope and courage.
A pair of Bournemouth dogs are on a mission to create smiles across university halls. Today, Pixie and Shonti, two small Bichon Frise cross’, spent time at Dorchester House where they were helping students to de-stress after their exams. Henry Fitch-bartlett, a first-year Sociology student had just finished an exam this morning, and was one […]
The annual New Media Writing Prize returned to Bournemouth University last night for the eighth consecutive year. The awards night, aiming to look for ‘good story telling pieces of work using multimedia with audience interactivity’, showcased work from global students and journalists. Providing an insight to the ‘innovative, interactive and immersive’ strap line taken on […]
A revolutionary robot which has been lending a helping hand to Bournemouth surgeons, could be rolled out across the country within five years. The motorised arm, named the Mako robot, was introduced to the UK last year with Bournemouth being one of its first destinations. Made by company Stryker, its purpose is to assist surgeons […]