Wikileaks founder alienates his audience

Oct 01

Wikileaks founder alienates his audience

Many of the staff and students going in to the lecture at City University and those following from elsewhere under the Twitter hashtag #WikileaksAtCity last night would have been unsure of exactly how they felt towards the man behind Wikileaks. This is because the information that has been exposed by it’s front man and founder, Julian Assange,  presents a...

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Student asked to apologise over Freshers’ week article

Nov 20

A student, writing for Nottingham University’s student magazine, Impact, has been asked to apologise to University staff over comments published in a recent article. The piece, appears in the latest issue and details Gabby DeMatteis experiences as a Week One rep for Florence Boot hall, helping freshers to make the most of their first week at university. As all...

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Justice?

Oct 15

On the 14th May 2008,  former PhD student and principal school administrator for the school of modern languages at Nottingham University, Hicham Yezza, was arrested under the Terrorism Act 2o00. Yezza, or ‘Hich’ to his friends, was detained for having a copy of the Al Qaeda training manual on his computer. The manual was part of PhD student Rizwaan...

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Hich

Feb 22

Hich

Hicham Yezza, academic, campaigner, research student and magazine editor, who has been living in Nottingham for 13 years. His name first came to light on May 14th last year, when he was arrested on campus under the Terrorism Act 2000 for possessing a copy of the ‘Al-Qaeda Training Manual’ on his computer, which postgraduate student, Rizwaan Sabir had downloaded...

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