1. Dr Kevin Yuill and Dr Peter Hayes

    Head-to-head: Academic showdown over Brexit and second referendum

    Published on 13 November 2018

    To Brexit or not to Brexit - our experts square up for the big debate

  2. MA Radio student Stuart Russell

    Pushing the boundaries: Radio award for student

    Published on 13 November 2018

    Stuart Russell picked up two Gold awards at the 2018 Student Radio Awards 

  3. Students will be taking part in a #sextakeover debate

    Let’s talk about sex...

    Published on 12 November 2018

    Embarrassing Bodies presenter Dr Christian Jessen joins I'm a Celeb winner Vicky Pattison for frank discussion

  4. University graduate Emma Casson

    Spark that lit the fire of a heartbreaking story

    Published on 09 November 2018

    Sunderland Radio graduates have swept the board at a national radio competition.

  5. University lecturer Naomi Austin with Kate Adie

    Naomi and Kate: Super (role) models and Sunderland’s finest

    Published on 08 November 2018

    Our Naomi is sailing into the sunset after meeting her hero

  6. Being Human Festival 2018

    Origins and endings in Sunderland’s history

    Published on 08 November 2018

    Significant events and individuals that have helped shaped Sunderland’s history and culture will be explored as part of a national festival of the humanities.

  7. The results are in for President Trump

    "Neither a blue wave or a red arrow"

    Published on 07 November 2018

    University of Sunderland American expert on a bumpy night for the US President

  8. The Spice Girls are coming to the Stadium of Light

    Spice of Life: How return of girl group will prove a big boost for Sunderland

    Published on 06 November 2018

    Return of summer concerts to Stadium of Light proves a winner for everyone

  9. Female students at opening of Langham Tower, Sunderland Training College in 1922

    Students and the impact of the Great War

    Published on 06 November 2018

    As we head towards the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, a Sunderland academic has been reflecting on the often overlooked role North East students played in the Aftermath of the Great War (1914-18).