Newcastle University has a great reputation for sport, where student life and sport go hand in hand. With over 60 different sporting clubs to choose from, the Athletic Union (AU) is one of the most diverse in Higher Education. From international athletes to recreational participants, over 3,500 students compete as part of ‘Team Newcastle’.
Athletic Union (AU) Officer Angus fills us in on why you should support Team Newcastle, even if sport isn’t your cup of tea… Stan Calvert is one of the biggest sporting Varsity competitions in the UK. For those of you reading this who aren’
Attention all Newcastle University students! There’s Sport for All at NUSU… Liam Isaac, Inclusive Sport Coordinator at NUSU, takes us through the basics. Here at Newcastle University Students’ Union there are over 150+ sporting opportuni
As the Final draws ever closer, we’ve put together the Top 6 things we think you’ll need to bring with you to the Final. Felt pens at the ready… A jumper It is Newcastle and it is February (well March – but one and the same temperatur
Hi, I’m here with Angus Taylor, our Athletic Union Officer, in the lead up to the Stan Calvert; Angus, are you excited? I am incredibly excited about the Stan Calvert. It’s been a really big part of my three years at university playing sport and was o
Above: Newcastle AU Officer Caleb Jones (left) gets exercised while talking to Courier editor Tom Nicholson With Stan Calvert not two weeks away, excited doesn’t really cut it for me. I suppose the hottest bit of news on the lips of most of the student
Another year, another victory: for the second consecutive year Northumbria have bested Newcastle in the Stan Calvert fixture. In terms of their respective league or cup campaigns, nothing was to be gained at Druid Park on Wednesday. However, these teams b
Not sure what to expect from Stan Calvert? Courier Editor Tom Nicholson presents the first part of an idiot’s guide to the world’s greatest varsity championship A is for Anti-bantz You will no doubt be familiar with banter, that debased term