Editor of The National Student.
I’m an Lancaster Uni alum (2011, English Lit) and my main interests include the arts, women’s /social issues and travel.
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A culinary tour of Shanghai, from street food to hot pot
Eating in Shanghai is a whirlwind.
12 safari destinations for a trip you’ll never forget
Waiting patiently for animals to appear at a dusky waterhole, spotting the elusive Big 5 from behind binoculars, learning how to track rhinos...
16 hearty things to feed your dad this Father’s Day
It’s this Sunday, if you’d forgotten.
West London doctor reveals how his evening unfolded one year on from Grenfell
Dr Philip Lee was one of the first consultants to treat residents of Grenfell Tower in the early hours of 14th June last year.
Former Manchester student and ‘face of BNP Youth’ plotted to murder female Labour MP
'Politically and racially motivated murder' was allegedly approved by banned neo Nazi group National Action.
10 incredible festival experiences you can only have in Australia’s Northern Territory
It’s like nowhere else in the world.
10 magical Harry Potter gifts for those who are still waiting for their Hogwarts letter
Loving that Slytherin t-shirt.
16 excellent reasons to make Pittsburgh your next weekend break
The Smoky City no more.
A 4-course Prague-themed banquet to celebrate London Beer Week is happening in London tonight
Time to party like it’s 1999.
Here are all the campuses where you can grab a copy of our POWER themed spring print magazine
Our new magazine is here, and it’s chock full of goodness.
Sadiq Khan launches new £7million programme to unearth London’s digital talent
The scheme aims to attract more women and BAME Londoners into digital careers.
This site wants to make sure you spend your £9000 uni fees wisely
CampusAdvisor uses polls and ratings to rank unis on the things that matter most – from campus facilities to social life and course content.
Universities UK offices occupied by students as part of #USSstrike
'This is class war and we’re sick of it.'
South Wales Student Union President responds to news that SU could make students liable for its debts
Megan Wilson says the rule was ‘democratically passed’.
Loss-making student union could pass debt on to students
Graduates of the University of South Wales could also be liable.