Around 90 Loughborough University students, alumni and campus-based athletes are set to compete at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, which are being held on the Gold Coast in Australia from 4th to 15th April.
Paul Ntulila, a Master’s student at Loughborough University London, has been made an ambassador of the Snowdon Trust.
Loughborough University student Sarah Vasey has won Gold for Team England in the women’s 50m breaststroke on her Commonwealth Games debut.
Loughborough University student James Wilby has won Gold for Team England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, after a stunning late charge in the men's 200m breaststroke final saw him claim victory in a personal best time of 2:08.05.
We all know exercise can be far from fun, but one fitness craze that’s heading to the University promises not to be complete ‘rubbish’!
An international study has revealed that people, regardless of where they live and their age, poorly guess how physically active they actually are.
Santander representatives visited the University last month to meet the students, academics and entrepreneurs it has provided support to.
Arctic researchers are due to spend two-weeks in Greenland installing equipment which will help them understand the impact of dust originating from high latitude, cold regions.
Loughborough-based athlete Sophie Hahn set a new Commonwealth Games record to claim gold for England in the women's T38 100m final.
Day four of the 2018 Commonwealth Games saw Paralympian and World Champion Olivia Breen win gold in the women’s T38 Long Jump with a new Games Record.
On the tenth day of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, an incredible six medals were won by Loughborough athletes.
Artists and academics are to come together at an innovative LU Arts event to explore the relationships between black people, music and movement.
If Loughborough University were a country it would have been tenth in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games medal table – ahead of Jamaica and Kenya.
The on-going debate over whether ‘health obesity’ exists is diverting attention away from effective medical research as academics continue to use the confusing classification.
Loughborough-based athlete Hollie Arnold has set a new world record of 44.43m in the F46 Javelin to win gold for Wales at the 2018 Gold Coast Games.
Professor Elizabeth Peel, from the School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences, has been appointed as Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor (Associate PVC) for the Doctoral College.
The theoretical physicist Professor Claudia Eberlein has been appointed as Dean of Loughborough University’s School of Science.
Ex-RAF test pilot Captain Desmond Penrose marked the 70th anniversary of his first solo flight at the weekend by getting behind the controls of a 1930s biplane.
Loughborough has been named University of the Year in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2018, as well as taking the top spot in the University Facilities and Giving Back categories.
Loughborough University has been shortlisted for five Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards.
Two years into a four-year plan to cut funding for UK sports, new research shows that non-commercially driven sports will struggle to survive without central Government support.
A House of Lords Select Committee report on citizenship and civic engagement has based recommendations about young people, discrimination, social anxiety and policy on research by Loughborough University.
Loughborough has been ranked seventh nationally in The Complete University Guide 2019 – three places higher than last year – and remains the highest ranked university in the Midlands, ahead of over 30 other institutions.
The winning 2017 Overton Poetry Prize collection, which explores aspects of identity and migration, is to be published later this month.
Loughborough University is set to welcome two students who have secured a prestigious British Council scholarship.