Concourse (newspaper)

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Logo Banner Transparent Concourse.svg
Type Student newspaper
Format Magazine
Editor Luke Otis Hewitt
Founded 1964[1]
Language English
Headquarters KeeleSU - Keele University Students' Union

Concourse is the independent student newspaper of Keele University in Staffordshire, England. It publishes monthly during term time in print, and throughout the year online. It is editorially independent of both the university and the students' union and makes up the student media at the university, along with Kube Radio.


Concourse was first published in 1964, which makes it among the longest-running student publications in the UK.[1]


Concourse is published on a monthly basis during term time. The paper reports news about Keele University and its sporting activities in addition to publishing local news, arts coverage, political matters and a variety of feature articles. Each edition of the newspaper is being printed in full colour along with articles being posted on the newspaper's website.

The various sections of the paper are Social Causes, Law & Politics, Sports, Arts & Culture, and Science and Technology.[2] The newspaper website contains articles published in the print editions, as well as additional content.


  1. ^ a b "Early student publications". The Keele Oral History Project. Keele University. Retrieved 7 February 2017.
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External links

  • Official page: Concourse
  • Official page: Keele University
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