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Architecture - The Guardian

After the second world war, socialist Yugoslavia set out to reconstruct a land destroyed by...
Architects are taking issue with risk-averse playparks full of sluggish roundabouts and tiny...
Series of injuries and deaths prompts closure of 32 glass-bottomed attractions in HebeiThey were...
Low pay, shocking hours and cut-throat competition spell misery in a profession with few safeguards...
The Stirling prize-winning Norwich estate is the tip of the iceberg: despite government cuts, local...

Higher Education - The Guardian

Lewis Baxter, 21, on how he makes ends meet with his student loan and part-time tutoring workName:...
‘Pre-loading’ students are causing sleepless nights in the handsome Victorian villas of...
Residents near campus say university has failed to tackle students’ antisocial behaviourThe...
Police have had to intervene and separate groups at events in university citiesSupporters of Hong...
No one at school knew about my complicated family life, but now I’m studying to be a lawyer and...