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  2. Second year Journalism and Sports Journalism students have produced a stylish new free lifestyle and listings magazine for Plymouth called Sound. “Sound has been great fun to put together and shows Plymouth at its best. The students really engaged

  3. Student Swimming Offer - £5 for six swimming sessions the University Sports Centre. Register at the Sports Centre (terms apply).

  4. NOV 14 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

    The 2016 Lord Caradon Lecture "The Intelligence on WMD in the lead up to the Iraq War" will be held on 14 November 2016 in the Desmond Tutu Theatre at the University of St Mark & St John in Plymouth The speaker for this years lecture will be Baron

  5. Carol Service tomorrow at 5pm in the chapel. Come and sing your heart out and finish off with mulled wine and mince pies. Ding Dong Merrily on High!

  6. Tomorrow the UK will vote either to remain in or leave the European Union. Students from the University of St Mark & St John joined staff in a pop-up question time relating to the EU Referendum. For more information about Social Sciences:

  7. NEWS: Ever wondered how you train celebrities like David Walliams, Davina McCall, and Jo Brand to overcome incredible sporting challenges and feats of endurance? Greg Whyte OBE, Sports Scientist to the stars, will reveal all when he opens the new

  8. The National Student Survey (NSS) results released this week reveal that the University of St Mark and St John in Plymouth (Marjon) showed the highest percentage point increase of any university this year. Marjon rose up the rankings to be rated

  9. Congratulations to Marjon's own karate kid, David Wilks (right) on winning the Kata title at the World Karate and Kickboxing Union (WKU) 2016 English Championships. David, who trains with Bujinkai Karate ( Life Centre ), arrived at Championships to

  10. Varsity Football: Congratulations to Women's 1st team football for reaching the conference cup final. It is taking place on Wednesday so as a result Varsity football Mens & Womens 1st team will now take place on THURSDAY, not on Wednesday as was

  11. What happens when you address some of our most difficult healthcare challenges with global thought leaders and the talented people of the South West? TEDMED Live 2016 brought together the region’s healthcare professionals, global technology

  12. Two million students are eligible to vote in the EU referendum. If you have not registered to vote then you have until 7 June to do so. Richard Brooks, NUS Vice President, says "The EU referendum is a once-in-a-generation vote... if students don't

  13. Did you see our - M A R J O N - Ad Van on your way to #MTVCrashes Plymouth last night? For those of you that missed it, we are back again today. Don't forget to send us a selfie! =D #marjonontour

  14. Memories from day two of graduation... We'll have the official photos and video soon, watch this space!

  15. OCT 15 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

    Get a feel for student life at the University of St Mark & St John (Marjon) in Plymouth at our Open Day on 15 October. Find out about our courses and student finance, meet academics and join student -led tours of our campus and world-class facilities

  16. News: Marjon students Ben Proud and Sarah Barrow will compete for Team GB at the #Rio2016 Olympics. More:

  17. Over one in four women and one in five men do less than 30 minutes of physical activity a week, so are classified as ‘inactive’, an unsustainable situation, and one that is costing an estimated £7.4 billion a year and increasing the need for

  18. On a beautiful sunny day our English and Language Sciences students went outside and wrote on the windows! More about English and Language Sciences courses:

  19. Quadfest is TOMORROW - from 11am on Sat 24th Sept In the Quad: T-shirt tie dye, inflatable hungry hippo (all ages), children’s games (toddlers to teens), sumo suits, slack-lining, circus skills and market stalls. Performances by: Eli Mcgill and

  20. We are proud to sponsor the Teacher of the Year award at the Plymouth Herald Community Awards 2016. The four inspiring nominees are: Liam Fielding of Montpelier Primary School is a world-class BMX rider. He competed for Great Britain at BMX World

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