Second Year English Literature student, who spends her days writing and/or collecting funny mugs, black and white postcards and pretty notebooks.
Interview with Mark Bridges: 50 Shades of Grey Costume Designer
As Fifty Shades of Grey hits cinemas, I caught up with its Academy Award winning costume designer, Mark Bridges.
Review: Hudson Taylor @ Sheffield Plug - 05/02/2015
Hudson Taylor played a brilliant nineteen track set in Sheffield.
Â£810m 'wasted' on England's failed, failing students
A report has revealed that 178,000 16-18 year old students who failed to complete their post-16 education and training cost the public £814 million in 2012-2013.
Interview: Hudson Taylor
With their debut album set to drop and a sold-out tour on the horizon 2015 looks like a big year for Hudson Taylor.
BAFTA 2015: Winners, lack of surprises and Oscar predictions
The BAFTA Film Awards brought few surprises and lots of deserving wins.
New site connects bands with new band mates
New music social networking site Meet and Jam looks to fill the gap created by the death of the classified ad.
Short film competition launched by WaterAid
Young filmmakers could win a masterclass with a leading film director by getting involved with a new competition from WaterAid.
More UK postgrads choosing to study in Europe
Increasing numbers of British students are studying elsewhere in Europe due to financial enticements.
The University of Style: Clothing is students' biggest spend
Survey reveals style is students top priority.
Man gets his ex-girlfriends to review him on Tinder
Washington web designer finds love through ex-girlfriend's reviews of his dating performance
New 'Don't Drink and Drown' campaign targets students after spate of river deaths
The Royal Life Saving Society is raising awareness about the dangers of walking home alone past bodies of water after nights out.
Vivienne Westwood pays homage to Prince Charles for AW15
Vivienne Westwood reveals Prince Charles to be the inspiration behind her A/W 2015 Menswear Collection.
Paid To Proofread: A job, not a chore
Proofreading is a necessary part of university life; we’ve all had to do it to our own (or a stressed-out flatmates’) work at some point in our academic careers. As it is an undeniably essential part of our studies, it is also big business. There are myriads of proofreading agencies online, most of which will pay graduates and undergraduates to proofread essays and dissertations.
Oscar Nominations 2015: Shocks, Snubs and Favourites
Who will triumph at the Dolby Theatre on 22nd February? Here are our predictions.