The Scoop

The Scoop is Queens Radio’s dedicated current affairs and news blog & radio show, edited by Chris Leneghan and other members of the news team. To find here all your top stories in main focusing on Northern Ireland and Queen’s University Belfast, catch the radio show on Thursday nights from 5pm to 6pm. To keep up to date, follow The Scoop’s Twitter at @thescoopqub and on Facebook at QUBTheScoop.

QUBSU Student Elections: Day Two of Announcements

QUBSU Student Elections: Day Two of Announcements

Since the last update, a number of candidates have announced their campaigns. Here’s some background information about some of them candidates (more candidate information to follow).   Lucy Gault Lucy Gault has announced she is running for Education Officer. Lucy...

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QUBSU Officer Elections: First Announcements

QUBSU Officer Elections: First Announcements

With the snap Assembly Elections fast approaching, you would be forgiven for forgetting that it is also Student Union Officer election period. The nominations have just closed, and candidates have begun announcing their campaigns. The common trend with such elections...

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Musicians Protest Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’

In the hours since US President Donald Trump signed his contentious, potentially unconstitutional executive order, which temporarily halts entry to the US for all nationals of seven Muslim-majority Middle Eastern and African countries – including Syria, Yemen,...

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Student Leader candidates announced

Student Leader candidates announced

5PM Thursday 18th February marked the deadline for students to nominate themselves for student office and officially submit their nomination papers. This afternoon, the SU formally announced the official candidate list. Last year saw 15 candidates stand, a number...

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Candidates prepare to fight SU election

Candidates prepare to fight SU election

5PM yesterday marked the deadline for students to nominate themselves for student office and officially submit their nomination papers. Last year saw 15 candidates stand, a number which many thought represented a sign that student apathy was beginning to melt away....

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