i In the frame: Eileen Cooper accuses the art world of failing women

Meet Eileen Cooper: she wants to shake up the art world.

Underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab begins life term

A Nigerian who tried to blow up an international flight near Detroit on behalf of al-Qa'ida started a life sentence without parole today.

Do you live in Wokingham? Get ready for a long life...

The affluent Berkshire town of Wokingham is perhaps the closest England has to a Swedish-like nirvana after figures reveal that its residents can expect to live long, healthy lives.

Students can improve their global contacts and language skills while working towards a UK standard degree

International bright young things

From Europe to the Far East, British universities are enticing students overseas to their outreach campuses

Katherine Wynter, left, is making it in Cologne, but Kiki Lawrance is floundering in London

Where are they now? How last year's graduates are doing in the job market

A degree from a prestigious university is usually seen as a guarantee of a well-paid job. In reality, it's more like a raffle ticket: from Goldman Sachs to a bowling alley, LSE alumnus Theron Mohamed charts the diverse fortunes of his peers in the six months since graduation.

Student sends Oxford University rejection letter for 'taking itself too seriously'

A student has sent her own rejection letter to a prestigious university criticising it for "intimidating" pupils from comprehensive school backgrounds during the interview process.

Something about Mary

As Mary Nighy makes her directing debut in the West End, she tells Arifa Akbar why the theatre is a good place for women right now
Family business: Mary Nighy, the director of 'Shallow Slumber'

There's something about Mary Nighy

As Mary Nighy, the daughter of two celebrated British actors, makes her directing debut in the West End, she explains why the theatre's a good place for women now

Anorexia link with pregnancy delay

Women with a history of anorexia or bulimia may take longer to get pregnant, according to new research.

Artist explores the concept of pain

Can you see pain? A new exhibition at the Menier Gallery explores this very concept.

'Spy cameras' are used to target student protesters

Police are using CCTV images taken on university and college campuses, sometimes with the collusion of university authorities, to "spy" on student demonstrators as young as 16, it was claimed yesterday.

It’s time for students to cheer ‘viva Espana’

The popular exchange destination now wants our full-time undergraduates, says Jessica Moore

Video: Scientist: Art inspires feelings of love

Semir Zeki, Professor of Neurobiology and Neuroaesthetics at University College London says what happens in our brains when we view art gives us just as much pleasure as being in love.

Rise in number of peers 'has damaged Lords'

David Cameron has created so many new peers since becoming prime minister that the effectiveness of the House of Lords has been damaged, a cross-party group of senior parliamentarians warned today.

Pilots 'fell asleep during flight'

Concerns about pilot fatigue grew today after it emerged that two cockpit crew members fell asleep at the controls of a long-haul flight.

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