Greta Thunberg's climate change speeches set for publication
Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old climate change activist, is to have her speeches published by Penguin this June.
Bang for your Buck: On the cost of textbooks
As textbook costs soar, students are attempting to find lower cost alternatives.
Book Review: The Battle To Do Good: Inside McDonald's Sustainability Journey by Bob Langert
McDonalds and sustainability as you've never seen them before.
Book Review: Hope With Eating Disorders by Lynn Crilly
Hope With Eating Disorders: A Self-Help Guide for Parents, Carers and Friends of Sufferers is now in its second edition and has been helping those with eating disorders all over the world.
Women in Music: An interview with Maddy Raven, founder of Burstimo
Maddy Raven discusses her experience in the music industry and what led her to form leading music marketing agency, Burstimo.
Meghan Markle backs campaign to tackle 'male, pale and stale' universities
She says we should 'open up the conversation' about the teaching syllabus.
Norway students warned against enrolling at U.K. universities over Brexit concerns
There's worries over the implications a no-deal exit will have.
Cambridge University's Trinity College elects first woman Master
She was ranked the 6th most powerful woman in the U.K. in 2013.
New J. D. Salinger Works To Be Published Posthumously
In a recent Guardian Exclusive article, J. D. Salinger's son has revealed that there is unseen work by his father to be published in the near future.
A Hero Of Our Times: An interview with the directors of Ruth Bader-Ginsburg documentary RBG
RBG: Telling the story of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as never before.