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Sophie Hannah Davis
Nottingham Trent University

I was Editor at Platform Magazine, the official magazine at Nottingham Trent Students’ Union for two years and have now graduated with a degree in International Relations and Communications and Society.

I am heavily involved with the student media circuit and has been voted in to take over the role of Chair of the Student Publication Association for 2014-2015.

Outside work my interests include reading, festivals and travelling!

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I sat down with director James DeMonaco in London where I asked him about the upcoming sequel and its tight schedule, his passion for horror films and what is in store for the franchise.

Interview: James De Monaco (The Purge: Anarchy)

I sat down with director James DeMonaco in London where I asked him about the upcoming sequel and its tight schedule, his passion for horror films and what is in store for the franchise.

If you are interested in seeing what it would be like if Mike Leigh or Ken Loach directed a Lifetime TV movie, this weak though inoffensive comedy drama might be worth a look.

DVD Review: Day of the Flowers

If you are interested in seeing what it would be like if Mike Leigh or Ken Loach directed a Lifetime TV movie, this weak though inoffensive comedy drama might be worth a look.

The average student now owns over £4,500 worth of possessions – around £3,000 of which consists of gadgets, such as smartphones, laptops and tablets.

Students own over £ 4,500 worth of possessions

The average student now owns over £4,500 worth of possessions – around £3,000 of which consists of gadgets, such as smartphones, laptops and tablets.

Instagram appears to have a nipple phobia. You can post any selfie you want of Miley-level scantiness, but as soon as there’s a bare nipple apparent in the photo, they're taking it down.

#FreeTheNipple: An Evolution

Instagram appears to have a nipple phobia. You can post any selfie you want of Miley-level scantiness, but as soon as there’s a bare nipple apparent in the photo, they're taking it down.

In the news this week Vanessa Hudgens was revealed as the new face of fashion company Bongo for their spring and summer collections, following in the footsteps of Lucy Hale and Ashley Benson.

Vanessa Hudgens' new fashion campaign for US company Bongo

In the news this week Vanessa Hudgens was revealed as the new face of fashion company Bongo for their spring and summer collections, following in the footsteps of Lucy Hale and Ashley Benson.

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We met with comedian Holly Walsh and asked her a few questions about her Edinburgh Fringe gig, her opinion on women in comedy and her involvement with the BBC show Dead Boss.

Interview: Holly Walsh

We met with comedian Holly Walsh and asked her a few questions about her Edinburgh Fringe gig, her opinion on women in comedy and her involvement with the BBC show Dead Boss.

Bastille returned for a special hometown gig as part of the Summer Series at Somerset House.

Live review: Bastille @ Somerset House

Bastille returned for a special hometown gig as part of the Summer Series at Somerset House.

Vicky Rouse is shaping radio in the UK and was highlighted as part of the Radio Academy's 30 Under 30 list in 2013.

Interview: Vicky Rouse (Prison Radio Association)

Vicky Rouse is shaping radio in the UK and was highlighted as part of the Radio Academy's 30 Under 30 list in 2013.

The chairman of the Student Loans Company (SLC), Christian Brodie, has apologised to ministers and offered to resign over

Student Loans Company chief offered to resign over 'fake' threatening letters to students

The chairman of the Student Loans Company (SLC), Christian Brodie, has apologised to ministers and offered to resign over "fake" letters sent out by the agency in an attempt to recover debts from students it was revealed last week. The chairman of the Student Loans Company (SLC), Christian Brodie, has apologised to ministers and offered to resign over "fake" letters sent out by the agency in an attempt to recover debts from students it was revealed last week. The chairman of the Student Loans Company (SLC), Christian Brodie, has apologised to ministers and offered to resign over "fake" letters sent out by the agency in an attempt to recover debts from students it was revealed last week.

Kingston University student and aspiring film-maker Scott Carthy talks about his passion for film-making, his desire to represent the subway dancers in New York and what his future holds.

Interview: Scott Carthy - Aspiring Kingston University film-maker

Kingston University student and aspiring film-maker Scott Carthy talks about his passion for film-making, his desire to represent the subway dancers in New York and what his future holds.

Fraud prevention officers have sent a new guide to every university in the country warning students they could face jail for telling

Used a white lie to boost your CV? You could go to prison for 10 years

Fraud prevention officers have sent a new guide to every university in the country warning students they could face jail for telling "white lies" on their CVs to make them stand out.

Privately educated children will have earned almost £200,000 more than state school pupils by the time they reach 42, according to research revealed yesterday.

Privately educated? You'll earn £200,000 more than state school friends by 42

Privately educated children will have earned almost £200,000 more than state school pupils by the time they reach 42, according to research revealed yesterday.

It has been claimed that the government's Student Loans Company has sent

'Wonga style' letters sent to graduates on behalf of the Student Loans Company

It has been claimed that the government's Student Loans Company has sent "Wonga-style" debt collection letters to graduates using a invented company that has made threats about potential legal action.

According to a number of students questioned, you would - 46% say that they would be interested in a 'condensed' timetable for their degree, allowing more chance for part-time work and extra-curricular activities.

Would you like to be in university for just two days a week?

According to a number of students questioned, you would - 46% say that they would be interested in a 'condensed' timetable for their degree, allowing more chance for part-time work and extra-curricular activities.

The first half of 2014 has been a bit of a whirlwind for budding film-maker Scott Carthy.

Kingston University film-maker captures declining New York dance subculture

The first half of 2014 has been a bit of a whirlwind for budding film-maker Scott Carthy.

Fancy winning an award for your student media work? The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain's leading forum for television and related media, has opened entries for the RTS Student Television Awards 2014.

Royal Television Society opens entries for Student Television Awards 2014

Fancy winning an award for your student media work? The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain's leading forum for television and related media, has opened entries for the RTS Student Television Awards 2014.

This year breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! will, for their fifth consecutive year, be unleashing Uni Boob Teams across the UK.

Your boobs need you! Join CoppaFeel! on campus next year

This year breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! will, for their fifth consecutive year, be unleashing Uni Boob Teams across the UK.

From Karl Pilkington to neknominations to international football, we collected the top six articles of last six months. Here's a recap...

Our most read articles of 2014's first 6 months

From Karl Pilkington to neknominations to international football, we collected the top six articles of last six months. Here's a recap...

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