A week in the life of a fashion PR
Inspired by A Simple Favour's Emily Nelson, fashion PR Kylie Hearne takes us through a week in her life.
Here are the dating buzzwords you need to look out for in 2019
There’s a prowler orbiting my cookie jar and I’m not very happy about it.
Announcing the shortlist of our favourite TNS x Primark #deskgoal photos
And the shortlisted photos are...
#MENtalHealth: Watch the first video from our interview series with Authentic Mental Health
Chloe Rowland sits down with Charles Marshall to chat about male mental health.
Gallery: More from our photo shoot with Jack Wills
We teamed up with Jack Wills for an exclusive photo shoot - featuring our very own contributors who represent the beauty, diversity, and fun of the modern day student, shot and directed by a recent graduate.
Last chance: Register for the Women in Technology Conference
This event is ideal for any female students pursuing a career in tech.
The story of an arctic expedition to the edge of the world
Putting space and social media in perspective among the arctic ice.
Win two tickets for the Winter Wonderland Comedy Club
Retweet to win.
Review of Journey to the Underworld, an immersive food and theatre experience
In their most recent immersive experience, Funicular Productions welcomes passengers aboard a Journey to the Underworld.
Freshers 2018: The Freedom Issue
Jameela Jamil is the cover star of our Freshers 2018 issue. Inside we're talking women's worth, the growing #RemainerNow movement, and taking action to halt the scourge of sexual assault on uni campuses.
Here are all the campuses where you can grab a copy of our FREEDOM themed freshers print magazine
Featuring Jameela Jamil, Jack Monroe, and the campaign against sexual assault on uni campuses - amongst lots of other fresh goodness.
How students can combat stress
On a scale of one to ten, almost half of students rated the stress of their degree at eight or higher.
How to get a spot on the hospitality industry's most exciting grad scheme
It's important to consider what you love, not just what you're good at.
The Soil Association on why organic farming works with nature, not against it
Organic farming shows it is possible to innovate by working with nature to produce plentiful, high-quality food without relying on pesticides and fertilisers.