1. Work by Professor Kevin Petrie

    Kevin’s travelling into a new artistic challenge

    Published on 18 July 2019

    "Over the last three years my work has evolved"

  2. Moon landing conspiracy theories

    ‘I don’t believe it’ - The psychology behind moon landing conspiracy theories

    Published on 17 July 2019

    What makes us want to question one of humanity's greatest ever achievements?

  3. Pharmacy graduate Abbiegaye Hendricks

    Royal Pharmaceutical Society prize for first class Jamaican student

    Published on 16 July 2019

    “I was living a simple life in a small community, but had big ambitions to become a pharmacist, now I’m living my dream”

  4. Kylie Ann Stewart in hospital

    Trainee University of Sunderland nurse saved schoolgirl’s life

    Published on 15 July 2019

    "Rachel seemed to appear out of nowhere and began performing CPR"

  5. Bethany Harrod

    A racing start

    Published on 12 July 2019

    On her graduation day, University of Sunderland student Bethany Harrod is putting herself firmly in the driver’s seat as she prepares for life in the fast lane.

  6. Martin Longstaff

    Sunderland Til He Dies

    Published on 12 July 2019

    A local legend stepped onstage at his beloved Stadium of Light today – but this time, he wasn’t playing his famous songs to the football faithful.

  7. Jon Hawkins

    (Working) life is a rollercoaster

    Published on 12 July 2019

    There can be few student graduating university this summer who can claim that their dreams have literally come true – but Jon Hawkins can.

  8. Michael Calder with Michael Lavery

    An award-winning first

    Published on 12 July 2019

    Michael Calder’s journey to achieve his degree at Sunderland has ended in award-winning success, but he admits it nearly didn’t happen.

  9. Jack Cunningham

    Jack puts local politics First

    Published on 11 July 2019

    A Sunderland student who became one of the youngest councillors in the country while still studying for his degree graduates today with First Class Honours.