Editor’s Pick: Top Stories of Last Year

We’re back for another year of exclusive stories, fun content and campus coverage. But let’s not forget the fantastic journalism that last year’s team made. 

Here are Unified’s top stories from 17/18:

The Archbishop of Canterbury sends a message to Trump and Kim

The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged President Trump and Kim Jong-un to watch a 1980s film depicting the day after a nuclear holocaust before their meeting in May…

Streets Are Not Safe: Violence Against Homeless Women

“Females have explained that they’ve had to lock themselves in bathrooms and jump out of windows to escape from men that they went home with.”

Coverage of Canterbury Varsity 2018

A round up of Unfied’s Canterbury Varsity 2018, we’ve got it all here.

Student asked to be ‘diagnosed’ to change gender on student records

Christ Church University asked a transgender student to be ‘diagnosed’ to change their gender on student records.

CCCU’s Vice Chancellor Handed a £20K Salary Increase In the Past Two Years

Christ Church’s vice chancellor got a £20,000 pay rise in just two years…

Sex abuse ‘survivors’ protest outside Canterbury Cathedral

Campaigners protested outside Canterbury Cathedral during a meeting of senior Church officials over sexual abuse claims.

Canterbury Christ Church University Reveal 19% Gender Pay Gap

CCCU pay men on average over 19% more than women, new data shows.

 

‘The answer is no guns in schools’- The Archbishop of Canterbury speaks out against Donald Trump’s plans to arm US school teachers

The Archbishop of Canterbury has described Donald Trump’s plans to arm US teachers as ‘incomprehensible’.

CCCU dropouts have increased by 34% in just two years

The number of students dropping out of Christ Church University has increased by 34% in the past two years.

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Claisse Opulencia

Editor-in-Chief of Unified. Claisse is a third year multimedia journalism student at CCCU. Amnesty Media Award Finalist 2018, IRN Awards Runner-up 2018 and nominated for two SPA Awards 2018.

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