Jack Gevertz

Jack is a politics student at the University of York. He writes for York Vision, and has written for the Guardian and the Independent. In 2014, he was named Student Journalist of the Year at the NUS Awards.

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US student loses testicle after scuffle with police

An American university student is reported to have lost his testicle following a groin strike by a police officer, after video footage of the incident was released.

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NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden delivers his first speech as Glasgow University's new rector

The fugitive NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has thanked Glasgow University students for electing him rector via video-link in his first address.

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The woman was quickly surrounded by men as she walked through Cairo University campus

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A shocking video shows a female student being sexually harassed as she walks through her campus at Cairo University in Egypt.

American student decodes 1,800-year-old letter sent by Egyptian soldier to his family

A student has decoded a 1,800-year-old letter sent by an Egyptian soldier to his family which bears striking similarities to those serving on the front line today.

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