News

  1. Video Nasties - are they so bad?

    From Driller Killer to Cannibal Holocaust: Taking the bite out of ‘Video Nasties’

    Published on 31 July 2018

    They shocked an outraged public - but were these videos really that nasty?

  2. Christopher Svensson

    Tributes paid to Sunderland alumnus and global Ford car designer

    Published on 30 July 2018

    Christopher Svensson studied art at Sunderland before joining the car giant and going on to international success

  3. Ellie Lyall on board the Lord Nelson

    Diary of a Tall Ships student

    Published on 30 July 2018

    Read the diary of Journalism graduate who took part in the Tall Ships Races 2018

  4. National Student Survey

    It’s official - University of Sunderland students value their student experience

    Published on 27 July 2018

    National Student Survey (NSS) results show 84% of our students are satisfied overall and 88% value their University of Sunderland experience.

  5. New artworks on display at Roker Pier Lighthouse

    Silver service for region’s heritage

    Published on 27 July 2018

    A fund set up to help University of Sunderland students improve their experiences and impact on the wider community has led to the creation of a unique series of artworks exhibited in one the region’s most iconic structures.

  6. This weekend sees the 30th Sunderland Airshow

    Sunderland International Airshow: What’s on, where and when this weekend?

    Published on 26 July 2018

    Sunderland Airshow 2018: Everything you need to know

  7. University of Sunderland graduate Hannah Potter

    Introducing the North Sea’s first ever mermaid

    Published on 26 July 2018

    University of Sunderland graduate Hannah Potter is making waves with her new business venture

  8. Breakfast Show colleagues Lauren McLeish and Simon Grundy

    Sun's rising on graduate’s radio career

    Published on 26 July 2018

    Meet the new star of North East radio station Sun FM

  9. Katherine Stutz

    Vital research aiming to help millions of patients

    Published on 26 July 2018

    University working to develop ways to help patients struggling to take medications