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Since the Labour leadership contests, students have been building their political influence, says Tom Cutterham
Cramming study into the shortest possible time will impoverish the student experience and drive an even greater wedge between research-enabled permanent staff and the growing underclass of flexible teaching staff, says Tom Cutterham
Fixing problems in the academic job market by reducing the number of PhDs would homogenise the sector, argues Tom Cutterham
From decolonising curricula to ensuring right-wing viewpoints, calls for more representation and balance on campuses do not all share the same goals, says Tom Cutterham
Like junior doctors, academics should highlight the public value of what they do, argues Tom Cutterham
The furore about trigger warnings and no-platform campaigns reveals not a timid generation but rather one unafraid to tackle reality head-on, argues Tom Cutterham