Gone clubbing

Surely vice-chancellors are far too busy lunching with corporate and political big cheeses for a weekly current affairs chat with students? Not Terence Kealey, Buckingham University's vice-chancellor. He has started a club that sits around on a Monday after classes discussing the week's Economist. And since Terence himself is in charge of the club's mail-out, the dropout rate is likely to be low.

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