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Robot library for LSBU

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Future LSBU students are in for a surprise. From as soon as next year they could be served by robots in the new Library on Borough Road.  In an attempt to make the university’s campus part of the massively evolving neighbourhood of Elephant and Castle LSBU has launched plans to provide it’s students with a […]

How active are LSBU Students?

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London South Bank University turns robotic

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LSBU is expanding it’s Elephant and Castle campus, with plans for theatre and gallery space, new lecture facilities and a brand new library where robots pick out books.  The new development will be situated between St George’s Circus and the Universities London Road building, with construction already underway. LSBU is hoping to transform itself into a […]

Another rise in tuition fees, another new debt for university students

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With millions of students all over the country leaving university with debts up to £50,000, their financial sum is going to get a whole lot worse due to another increase in tuition fees Paying for university originally started with the Labour Government in 1998 under Tony Blair, who introduced £1000 a year. This was later controversially […]

How does coming to University affect your fitness?

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How easy is it to keep fit whilst studying in London? Is it easier to fit in around your academic schedule, or does all the hectic studying leave no time to keep fit? Matt Whale and Nevan Pettigrew asked the students of LSBU what they think. Related posts: LSBU Basketball | LSBU v Middlesex What […]

What can University Sport do for you?

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Many people engage in University Sport whilst studying for a degree – whether it’s to compete in an activity you love or just to make some new friends. We wanted to know what the benefits (aside from just keeping fit) are for a student. Our reporter Matt Whale spoke to Iaian Killoughery who’s senior operations […]

A day in the life of an unemployed student

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Unemployment is an ongoing issue for most students in the UK. A day in the life of a 20 year old student shows what impact University can have on young people Aiana Iacob writes Excluding people in full-time education, there were 506,000 unemployed 16-24 year olds in August to October 2014, up 16,000 on the […]