Hey ! I'm Lisa. I'm studying Analytics at The University of Southampton. I love movies, books, and Coffee. I'm also passionate about politics. Other than stuying, riding, and Netflix, I can't stop writing.
News Editor for Wessex Scene
Writer for The Edge Magazine
Remembering Hollywood Icon Clark Gable
More than 70 years after his death, Clark Gable is still remembered in his Academy Award winning films Gone With The Wind and It Happened One Night.
Pret's Christmas menu is out. Here is what is on it.
Time to treat yourself!
How modern Russia still feels the lasting effects of the Bolshevik Revolution
From Alexander to Lenin to Putin, Russia's troubled past still influences it today.
TV Review: Stranger Things (Season 2)
A largely investing new season, which is full of surprises and new dynamics.
Higher Education ministers plan to fine universities that 'no platform' speakers and fail to uphold free speech
9 out of 10 universities are restrictive on free speech
Former education secretary to head up parliamentary investigation into student loans
The current system is costing the government too much.
Jeremy Corbyn wants to make everyone an organ donor like they do in Wales
Children are automatically opted out
Labour offers to back the Tories to deal with student debt
In return for an agreement to slash tuition fees.
This freshman put up a sign asking for free food and someone actually replied
The conversation turned steamy pretty quick
82% of students suffer from stress and anxiety
Should universities be doing more?
Trump is officially considered less trustworthy than Putin
Other leaders think Putin more likely to do the right thing.
Study warns of lack of 'ethnic mixing' in universities
Only 50 non-white students entered veterinary science in 2014.
Universities with the lowest student satisfaction revealed
The National Student Survey results for 2017 are out.
TV Review: Poldark (Series 3)
The fierce ending of series three leaves us wanting more, as politics come into play.
Mahmoud Abbas pledges to maintain salaries for terrorists
Civil servants are being pushed in early retirement due to budget cuts, while prisoners will still receive monthly payments.
Then and Now: Hong Kong 20 years after handover
Autonomy concerns are blinding the local government over crucial reforms.
Fox hunting vote dropped from the Queen's Speech
Theresa May had previously said that she had
Labour promises to stop weapon trade with repressive regimes
They want a more ethical and ecological trade deal.