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Assistant travel editor and third-year English undergraduate at University of Birmingham, originally from South Wales. You can contact me on: travel. assistant@thenationalstudent.com
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An open letter to the Vice Chancellor currently has 420 signatures requesting reconsideration

This British uni is trialling a new grade system for final year students

An open letter to the Vice Chancellor currently has 420 signatures requesting reconsideration

Today would have marked Alan Rickman's 72nd birthday

Help us celebrate Alan Rickman’s birthday with his best Severus Snape moments

Today would have marked Alan Rickman's 72nd birthday

Universities minister Jo Johnson has challenged 'no-platforming' policy and safe space culture on campuses.

Universities will be fined if they fail to uphold free speech on campuses from April 2018

Universities minister Jo Johnson has challenged 'no-platforming' policy and safe space culture on campuses.

From babies with supernatural powers to dragon's breath and the outbreak of war.

7 myths and legends of the Northern Lights

From babies with supernatural powers to dragon's breath and the outbreak of war.

Do some countries suit a certain type of person more than others?

The Sorting Map: This map rearranges the world based on a country's personality

Do some countries suit a certain type of person more than others?

Famous for its cats and cobbled streets, Kotor is brimming with history and authenticity, surrounded by raw, natural beauty.

Kotor, Montenegro: the underrated city you must visit

Famous for its cats and cobbled streets, Kotor is brimming with history and authenticity, surrounded by raw, natural beauty.

Unlike the celebs who choose to take camp in the Australian Jungle for three weeks, the animals and insects have no choice in their participation.

Why I'm A Celebrity Bushtucker Trials are essentially animal abuse

Unlike the celebs who choose to take camp in the Australian Jungle for three weeks, the animals and insects have no choice in their participation.

Split’s unique blend of the ancient and modern, its buzzing atmosphere, and insight into Roman architecture makes it the perfect base from which to immerse yourself in Dalmatian culture. But where do you start?

Split, Croatia: Your guide from a student backpacker

Split’s unique blend of the ancient and modern, its buzzing atmosphere, and insight into Roman architecture makes it the perfect base from which to immerse yourself in Dalmatian culture. But where do you start?

The Brand New frontman's statement fails to address the severity of the situation.

How Jesse Lacey fails to recognise the seriousness of his sexual misconduct allegations

The Brand New frontman's statement fails to address the severity of the situation.

Prevention of bullying starts with you.
You’ve probably heard of the Aurora zone stretching across Northern Scandinavia, but did you know you can spot the northern lights from Scotland?

The top places to see the Northern Lights

You’ve probably heard of the Aurora zone stretching across Northern Scandinavia, but did you know you can spot the northern lights from Scotland?

Let’s leave the representation of Anorexia Nervosa to those who know the illness: the professionals, the sufferers, and the survivors.

Louis Theroux: The failure of 'Talking to Anorexia'

Let’s leave the representation of Anorexia Nervosa to those who know the illness: the professionals, the sufferers, and the survivors.

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