Yearly Archives: 2011


Higher tuition fees: the early results are in.

In the past few months, we’ve been blogging a lot about the potential impact of tuition fee increases. We’ve discussed their possible effects on social mobility, the quality of university research, and of course on student accommodation. But because the … Continue reading


Tuition fees are on the move – again.

The dance over tuition fees between the government, universities and students continues. In the latest move, the government has issued a white paper stating that universities can bid for an extra 20,000 student places a year – but only if … Continue reading

Getting the info you need Viagra.

There are a lot of benefits of a healthy lifestyle. But can drugs help us? Of course, one of the exciting place where buyers can order remedies is online pharmacy. There are treatment options intended only for women. What about … Continue reading