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This Week’s Front Pages 30/11/15
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By Sherilyn Chew for The Cambridge Student
A letter from waterway residents concerned about noise caused by Cambridge University rowers caused ‘chaos’ on the River Cam this week.
By Grace Rahman for Felix Online
Thousands of pounds were spent on stickers, a light-up reception desk and a glass wall at Imperial College London, it emerged this week.
By Alex Howlett for Roar News
King’s College London will get at least one gender neutral toilet on each campus by January 16 following a successful LGBT campaign.
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By Rachel Lewis for Impact Nottingham
This comment piece adds a personal touch to the controversy surrounding a front page run by The Sun, Britain’s best selling newspaper, this week.
By Keumars Afifi Sabet for London Student
Controversial columnist Katie was given the cold shoulder when she spoke at a lecture theatre at Brunel this week.
By Maya Colwell for Epigram
Epigram writer Maya Colwell debunks the ‘political correctness gone mad’ rhetoric surrounding the BBC.
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