Students fear ‘Bede Park’ during dark hours of the day.

By Ethan Sandy & Ese Leah Aghedo   Students living in Code, Bede Hall and Merlin Heights are worried about walking through Bede park after a series of student related robberies. On October 11th at 2:30am, two De Montfort University students were threatened at knife point for a series of goods; including money and an […]

New app helps Leicestershire Police at scene of crime

Leicestershire Police are collaborating with mobile phone company Motorola who have developed an app for frontline officers, called Pronto.

Broadcast Students visit BBC Media City

By Bethany Howes and Keimae C. Blake BA Broadcast Journalism students received the opportunity to get an insight into working for the BBC by meeting Newsround presenter Martin Dougan and got a tour around BBC Media city in Manchester. As 1styear journalism students, Beth Howes and Keimae Blake believed their first trip with DMU would […]

UN Ambassador speaks to DMU students

The UK Deputy for the United Nations has urged students at De Montfort University to work together for a better world during a visit to campus yesterday(Nov6).

DSU admits female students aren’t aware about free sanitary product scheme.

Thousands of De Montfort university male freshers received free razor blades in the post before enrolment in September as part of a welcome pack to their studies.