Assistant Editor of The National Student.
I’m an English Lit graduate (2011, Lancaster) and my main interests include the arts, women’s /social issues and travel.
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90,200 18-24 year olds registered to vote yesterday
Registration closes at 11.59pm tonight.
The Green Party will CANCEL student debt if they get in
Co-leader Jonathan Bartley: 'The Conservative Government has launched a war on young people.'
24 essential places future UCLan students need to know about
Here’s what you need to know about living in the Guild City...
10 picturesque literary-inspired places to stay in England
You don’t need to travel far to be inspired – especially if the ones doing the inspiring are the greats of English literary tradition.
4 incredible European cities you can get to by train
One of our favourite ways to kick start an adventure.
Article 50 has been triggered
The Article 50 letter has officially been handed to Donald Tusk in Brussels, beginning a two-year process that will see Britain leave the European Union.
We talked to Australia conspiracy theorist Shelley Floryd about what's actually going on here
It got dark very quickly.
8 magical trips to make you feel like you’re part of Arthurian legend
Featuring medieval glamping and a dragon quest at Alnwick Castle.
BREAKING: Westminster terror suspect named by police
The suspect in yesterday's terror attack at Westminster has been named by police as Khalid Masood.
This is the full statement given by the Metropolitan Police after today’s terror attack in Westminster
New Scotland Yard has released an official statement after the terror attack in Central London that saw one woman killed and at least ten other people injured this afternoon.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has responded to this afternoon’s Westminster terror attack
The Mayor of London tweeted at 4.30pm.
Woman dies after terror incident at Palace of Westminster
The Palace of Westminster is currently on lockdown.
Revealed: The National Student’s Top Destinations for 2017
So, are you ready for an adventure? Because we certainly are.
This live TV interview being interrupted by two kids may be the funniest TV moment of 2017
Professor Robert Kelly was discussing the impeachment of the South Korean leader and its implications.
‘Young people are vital in the fight for gender equality’
We asked women’s rights campaigner Polly Harrar how students can help fight gender-based abuse in the UK.
11 vegetarian recipes for a healthy spring
Colourful, vibrant, and perfect for when the sun finally appears.