Can a broken lightbulb solve a crime? Our engineers are using their expertise to help traffic police work out what happened after a car crash.
Some of our favourite shots from the Howard Street Dual at the weekend. Did you take part in the Outdoor City Weekender?
Meet Josh. He's a film student, and one of our ace Hallam Fund ambasadors, busy calling alumni to talk about the fund. We asked Josh what he likes most about Sheffield.

He's a bit of a fan.
How sustainable is the global food trade? Certification – of imported foods like avocados – is the answer, according to food sustainability expert Dr Wayne Martindale.

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In your second year? You could be eligible for the Heller Bursary, giving you funding of up to £2,000 to do something amazing!
Missed out on ice hockey tickets? You might be in luck. #teamhallam #SheffVarsity
Oh, the good ol' hockey game,
Is the best game you can name,
And the best game you can name,
Is the good ol' hockey game...
Were you at our creative industries networking event yesterday? Pathways is organised by our students, and gives them the chance to hear from leading industry figures like videogames entrepreneur, Ian Livingstone.
Congratulations to Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School - DHFS Sixth Form for winning our school prom comp! Their video about their dream prom was voted the best of all those that entered our competition. They've now won the chance to turn that dream into reality this May, with a package of support from our event management staff and students to help make it happen. Well done everyone.
University Mental Health Day is a national awareness day to promote and discuss mental health among university communities.

This year's theme is 'Active Mental Health', and we'll be looking at the relationship between physical activity and mental health.

Hallam Union are running events throughout the week: Students Union events: [ Link ]

Our Student Wellbeing team...
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University Mental Health Day

We've got our fingers crossed for all of our animation, film and media students nominated in the Royal Television Society Student Awards tonight!

You can check out some of their work below.

Tug Of War, by Amy Parker, Kirean Boughan, Lauren Griggs, Beth Elston, Chris Kelly: [ Link ]

Dome Number 3, by Nathan Trays: [ Link ]

Out on a Limb, by Edd Benson: [ Link...
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Not got a Valentine this year? You might count yourself lucky once you hear about the side effects it can have.
Falling in love can make parts of your brain switch off, leading to bad decision-making.
Max and Joe Litchfield are going head-to-head for the first time at this weekend's BUCS Nationals. Can Joe edge past his Olympian brother Max?
Varsity 2017 tickets are on sale! Well, nearly.

From tomorrow morning, you can get your Varsity tickets from the HUBs, Heart of the Campus, Owen level 2, and
Join our students and staff for a week-long celebration of the talent and diversity here at Sheffield Hallam.

The festival will include live performances, interactive workshops and social events across the University.
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SHU Fest 2017

A week of Roald Dahl themed, fun, FREE and interactive activities in Sheffield Winter Garden.

Events include a treasure hunt, competitions, games, challenges, arts and crafts and loads more! Designed for kids aged 5-13 and their families, but everyone's welcome!

The event is running as part of Community Week, working in conjunction with the Sheffield Hallam Students Union.

Roald Dahl events in the Winter Garden

Don't forget we'll be at the Town Hall tomorrow to answer your questions about post-grad study.

Postgrad LIVE! Sheffield

Wala is another of our incredible radiotherapy students who's showing her support on #WorldCancerDay.
It's #WorldCancerDay. We're asking our radiotherapy students, like Amber, how they make a difference to the lives of cancer patients.
Graphic design student Jasmine organised her own Question Time event last night, featuring politicians from every major political party. Were you there? Did you get the answers you wanted?