Professor Douglas MacInnes looks at how we can all help remove the stigma around mental health issues just by changing our language.
Guest blogger Dr Asya Draganova explains how Canterbury became the sound of prog rock and psychedelic music.
Teacher apprenticeships: a well thought out policy or a desperate measure to address a national crisis?
Kerry Jordan-Daus from the Faculty of Education asks if apprenticeships can help with recruiting and training new teachers.
Paul Anderson asks what next for Catalonia, Spain and the EU following this weekend’s events in the Spanish region?
Dr Philipp Köker explains why the success of the far-right AfD in Sunday’s election is cause for concern, but far from heralding a crisis for German democracy.
Paul Anderson looks at the Spanish Government’s reaction to Catalan’s decision to hold a referendum on independence.
Professor Trevor Cooling looks at today’s report on RE in schools by the Commission on Religious Education and asks: is it a game changer?
Kerry Jordan-Daus and William Stow from the Faculty of Education offer a solution to the current crisis of teacher recruitment and retention.
Professor Berry Billingsley explores what we have learnt from the latest space mission.
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at the topics covered by Canterbury MP Rosie Duffield in her maiden speech in Parliament.