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YUSU announced it will no longer be giving subsidized transport to the Free Education demonstration after National Union of Students withdrawal of support.
TEESSIDE University Students' Union education officer Hannah Graham has been chosen to join an influential section of the National Union Of Students (NUS) executive council.
Students' experiences of harassment, stalking, violence and sexual assault were uncovered by the Union of Students in Ireland for the Say Something research.
I WANTED to take the opportunity to pass on the congratulations of the National Union of Students in Wales to all those who received the A-level results they were aiming for.
The National Union of Students has judged the union "Higher Education Students' Union of the Year".
The trouble started after a peaceful rally by the National Union of Students and the University and College Union and Trades Union Congress.
NEARLY L eight in 10 young people would be Y put off university if fees were raised pounds 10,000, according to a study by the National Union of Students.
IF revelations that a Liverpool councillor made a group of disabled adults the focus of a joke about her council opposition prove to be true, then the National Union of Students (NUS) call for that councillor to resign and publicly apologise.