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 […]
1 in every 1000 babies in the UK is born with Down’s syndrome. 90% of women in the UK choose to terminate the pregnancy based on knowledge of this condition and the new highly accurate diagnostic test , which will be made available on the NHS from this year, could lead to even more terminations. […]
Bournemouth is steadily gaining a bad reputation for itself as a drinking hub of Dorset. The number of alcohol related hospital admissions has been on the rise from 2009 being only 250 per 100,000 to 444 in 2015, significantly higher than England’s average of 364. The drinking culture in Bournemouth has several attributes- the expanding […]
Bournemouth University Student Eleanor Collins has been inspired by BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing to dance her way to the top at Ballroom and Latin competitions around the country. She gained first place in 2016 and third this year in the UKA national competition for both ballroom and latin. In 2018 she hopes to reclaim […]
on March 29th 2017 the BUDDY Orchestra performed a Spring Concert at Bournemouth University.
Students at Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus were greeted today by two very special guests to help them tackle exam stress.