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.
Talk to me @lucymiller321 or drop me an email!
15 eco-friendly things you didn’t know you could do in Cyprus
Cyprus is well loved for its warm winters and Blue Flag beaches - but you might not know the island is on a mission to become a leading destination for sustainable tourism.
6 places to explore in India when you’re done with the tourist trail
India is one of the most intense travel experiences you can have - but here's how you can find moments of calm.
14 things you can do right now to give yourself the best chance possible after graduation
Make the future less scary.
Editor’s Blog: Why our travel content in 2018 will focus on sustainability
It's the biggest issue we're facing.
8 entirely justifiable reactions to Prue Leith accidentally revealing the Great British Bake Off winner on Twitter
We’re on board with all of these, apart from the last one.
7 excellent reasons to travel around Europe by train
Travelling by train means great scenery, city to city travel, avoiding officious airport security – and unlimited access to the buffet car.
20 places you need to visit if you’ve just moved to Stockton-on-Tees
With students from the universities of both Durham and Middlesbrough, Stockton is perfectly located for both relaxing countryside and student-friendly nightlife.
We want to know about your experience of unpaid internships
Six months slaving over reports with not even lunch expenses as a reward? Tell me about it.
Sci-fi author presents Twitter with hypothetical abortion scenario and drives pro-lifers mad
It’s hard to argue with this, although some have obviously tried.
Here’s why the #HowIWillChange tweets mean nothing
You’ll stop catcalling women will you, Mark Ruffalo? How very big of you.
Here’s how you can get a year of art for a fiver
Enjoy free access to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses, and 50% off major exhibitions with a Student Art Pass.
Student who survived Grenfell: ‘We could see people screaming for help’
A London student who survived the Grenfell Tower fire has revealed how he is still living in a Holiday Inn four months later.
Compulsory mental health education in schools to be debated in parliament
The debate will go ahead on 6th November after a 100,000 signature petition.
A halloumi pop-up is coming to London next month
Hallou, is it mi you’re looking for?
Editor's Blog: 12 things we learnt at this week’s Engaging Youth Conference
Ping pong, pizza - and insights from the worlds of fashion and football.
1 in 3 students has 'needed professional help' to deal with their mental health
The study of over 17,000 students has revealed an endemic mental health crisis.