Remembrance Day: Do Young People Care?

By Harry Rogers and Max Pearson   Despite an ongoing perception that young people don’t care about Armistice Day, a considerable number of students attended DMU’s Remembrance Day Service today. And across campus scores of other staff and students honoured the silence as a mark of respect to the fallen at the 11th hour of the […]

Warning issued after three fire call-outs at student halls

By Ali J Hamilton & Iain Tait   Three incidents of bins on fire in just two months at student halls in Leicester have sparked safety concerns. The cause of the three fires at Newarke Point at De Montfort University is believed to have been students throwing lit cigarette ends down rubbish chutes of the […]

De Montfort University remembers

by Louis Hatton & Matthew Earth   Staff and students of De Montfort University paid their respects to the wounded and fallen at their annual Armistice Service this morning. Vice-Chancellor Professor Dominic Shellard led the service outside the Hawthorn Building, speaking about a recently-found Roll of Honour and three former students who served during World […]

DMU students and staff air strong views on ‘tampon tax’

Students vote ‘No!’ to Britain leaving EU