NCTJ student and News Editor for The National Student.
Investigative hack/pesky reporter.
Second shooting at US university in a week
Northern Arizona is the latest uni to make headlines after gun violence breaks out on campus.
American university combats drink driving with free Uber rides on nights out
University of North Carolina offers free Uber rides late at night to prevent another tragedy.
Graduate launches Tinder profile to help quit smoking
Sheffield graduate launches Tinder profile to encourage students to quit smoking
Arms companies banned from Edinburgh careers fairs
Edinburgh students will no longer see arms companies at their career fairs.
Support for diversity officer charged after 'kill all white men' tweet
Bahar Mustafa will appear in court over two malicious communication charges.
Goldsmiths student officer charged over 'kill all white men' post
Bahar Mustafa will appear in court over malicious communications charges
Liverpool students complain of bus prices, but how expensive is your city?
Research by The National Student shows over £500/year difference in travel costs
Cardiff union says extra safety measures were "deemed unnecessary" after attacks earlier in the year
After attacks on students earlier in the year, Cardiff students’ union have admitted that "extra measures beyond safety advice were deemed unnecessary.".
Student nurse bursaries could be scrapped
The treasury is reported to be 'looking' at replacing bursaries for student nurses with loans.
Meningitis risk highlighted as Welsh student falls ill
A fresher at the University of South Wales was hospitalised earlier this week after contracting meningitis.
Two men charged with Cardiff sex attacks
Two men have been charged after a series of sex attacks near Cardiff University during freshers' week.
Copycat shooting threatened at University of Edinburgh
4chan community warns "the blood of the normies must run".
No Offence magazine responds to their OUSU ban
In response to the news that new student magazine No Offence has been banned by the University of Oxford Student Union, The National Student tracked down magazine publishers Jacob Williams and Lulie Tanett to get their thoughts on events.
Oxford union bans magazine that might cause offence ... called 'No Offence'
Officers at Oxford students' union have banned a new magazine No Offence from their freshers’ fayre … as it might cause offence.
At least 9 dead in Oregon university mass shooting
At least 13 students have been shot dead and 20 wounded in an attack at a small community college in America.
Victory for Swansea students over 'joke' bus service to new campus
First Bus increase service after students complain about overcrowded buses