University of Bristol
‘Academic and support staff are suffering – it’s time for universities to dip into their rainy day funds’
University of Bristol staff deserve a pay rise after years of real-terms cuts, so why won’t it lift salaries? Recent growth is unsustainable, and investing in pay could help not just workers but local businesses and the city.
The clinical psychologist specialising in sexual assault: ‘I’ve not had any clients with positive experiences of reporting’
With sexual violence under the spotlight again at Bristol University, a psychologist with clients who are survivors of assault speaks out.
After a drinks spiking incident at Pryzm, students speak out on sexual harassment
With Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa driving a new wave of anger about women's safety, how safe is a night out in Bristol?
Bristol Uni threatens to set private debt collectors on rent striking students
After a meeting with Rent Strike Bristol, the university has delayed passing on the debt onto private company STA by a month, but are refusing further concessions.
UPDATE: Housing association U-turn means Bristol Uni students spared £1,500 rent payment
First year students at the University of Bristol were told they had to pay rent despite the university closing down because their halls were run by a private provider.
Sacked Bristol Uni temp workers to get coronavirus support after backlash
The university had been criticised for its decision to not enroll 84 temporary staff on the Government Job Retention Scheme. But staff are concerned that the move falls short of full protection.
Private Bristol student housing company refusing rent relief despite coronavirus exodus
Students in university-owned halls aren’t being charged if they’ve moved out, but a group of first-year students in privately owned halls have fallen through the cracks and may be forced to cough up £1,500.