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Nasim Asl
City University, London

NUJ Scholar at City, University of London.

MA Television Journalism student. 

Previously Editor-in-Chief of The Oxford Student. 

Twitter: @nasimicle

instagram: @nasimrasl

You can see more of my work here: 
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An exploration of grief, belief, and an insight into humanity’s extraordinary capacity for resilience and hope.

Film Review: Ambulance

An exploration of grief, belief, and an insight into humanity’s extraordinary capacity for resilience and hope.

Meet N Eat hopes to connect members of all nationalities.

London student launches app to allow foreigners to find friends and share food

Meet N Eat hopes to connect members of all nationalities.

The University of Exeter is set to offer online-only degrees.

Fancy getting an MSc without ever going to campus?

The University of Exeter is set to offer online-only degrees.

Dr Christian Jessen joins forces with Boots to encourage HPV vaccination

Embarrassing Bodies star calls for boys to get cervical cancer jab

Dr Christian Jessen joins forces with Boots to encourage HPV vaccination

Team members of Balliol College brand 'the Daily Heil' a 'fascist rag'.

University Challenge winners announce boycott of Daily Mail

Team members of Balliol College brand 'the Daily Heil' a 'fascist rag'.

TV
'The Bullingdon Club is still running the country; prisons are still awful.'

Star Jack Whitehall and writer James Wood discuss the BBC's adaptation of Waugh's Decline and Fall

'The Bullingdon Club is still running the country; prisons are still awful.'

TV
The BBC adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's classic novel is hilarious, witty and full of promise.

TV Review: Decline and Fall (Series 1, Episode 1)

The BBC adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's classic novel is hilarious, witty and full of promise.

Newcastle University Student Action for Refugees launch petition to create new scholarships.

Newcastle students demand creation of refugee scholarship

Newcastle University Student Action for Refugees launch petition to create new scholarships.

Get involved with International Women's Day, wherever you are.

Here's what's happening for International Women's Day in the UK's major cities

Get involved with International Women's Day, wherever you are.

Here are five stories from around the world that should be on your radar.

The world last week - 5 stories you may have missed

Here are five stories from around the world that should be on your radar.

Kiera Please took part in #28DaysofBlackCosplay, with some amazing results.

This Instagram star celebrated Black History Month in the coolest film-related way

Kiera Please took part in #28DaysofBlackCosplay, with some amazing results.

Fancy exploring a side of the Arab world you won’t see on the evening news? Get free tickets to the BBC’s Arabic Festival.

BBC Arabic Festival 2017: All you need to know

Fancy exploring a side of the Arab world you won’t see on the evening news? Get free tickets to the BBC’s Arabic Festival.

TV
Gap Year joins the likes of Skins, Fresh Meat and The Inbetweeners in Channel 4's rank of fresh student themed comedy-drama.

TV Review: Gap Year (Series 1, Episode 1)

Gap Year joins the likes of Skins, Fresh Meat and The Inbetweeners in Channel 4's rank of fresh student themed comedy-drama.

It was a night dominated by a few.

Best acceptance speeches from the 59th Grammys

It was a night dominated by a few.

Taking the front seat in a car? Giving a thumbs up?

6 awkward cultural mistakes tourists are making

Taking the front seat in a car? Giving a thumbs up?

Anti-semitic posters and 'Rights for Whites' sign found in halls of residence

Swastikas found in University of Exeter student accommodation

Anti-semitic posters and 'Rights for Whites' sign found in halls of residence

The band are finally back with an album... and it's amazing.

Interview - Deaf Havana

The band are finally back with an album... and it's amazing.

52% of young people feel that their partner is more interested in their phone or laptop than them.

Why your smartphone is probably ruining your relationship

52% of young people feel that their partner is more interested in their phone or laptop than them.

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