I've edited Tech and Sport for The National Student as well as covering music, news, cinema and more. Currently I'm studying a Journalism MA at Sheffield University, having recently graduated in History from Edinburgh Uni. I'm a keen amateur boxer and football fan. Tweet me @George_Storr1
Time is up for Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney has not been a regular first team fixture at Mourinho’s Manchester United, but is it time for him to move on?
Tyson Fury’s comeback grinds to a halt
Tyson Fury will likely be disheartened by the latest stumbling block on his daunting road to recover.
Preview: Europa League Final 2017
Manchester United struggled past Celta Vigo and will face Ajax in the final as both bid to secure Champions League football next season.
Interview: Marcel Lucont
Lashings of comedic Frenchness with self-styled 'raconteur' Marcel Lucont.
Everyone is back in love with boxing
“Everyone’s back in love with boxing, ‘cos of AJ” John Terry told Sky Sports News.
Anthony Joshua 'more dangerous' than Wilder
A boxer who has taken on both Wilder and AJ argues that the Watford-born champ offered a much harder fight.
Tough Times: a charitable sporting documentary that packs a punch
Star of T2: Trainspotting and former professional boxer, Brad Welsh, set a world record for a great cause. Tough Times tells that story.
Dillian Whyte eyes world title
The Brixton ‘Body Snatcher’ is currently ranked as Britain’s second best heavyweight and wants to become a world champion.
The Asian Olympic Council should not be trying to make video games an Olympic sport
The Asian Olympic Council has decided that video games will feature in the 2022 Asian Games.
Interview: Tony Law
One of Britain's most unpredictable comedians talks to us about his inspiration and his new tour.
Film Review: Finding Fatimah
Finding Fatimah is a hearty and relevant romantic comedy.
Boxing Predictions April and May 2017: will the big names triumph?
Three of our sports writers stick their necks out and predict what's coming up over the course of 6 exciting up-coming fights.
Repression of homosexuals in Chechnya escalates further
Russian newspapers have reported that men are being rounded up on the grounds of having 'non-traditional sexual orientation' and imprisoned in concentration camps.
Here's what we know so far about the Borussia Dortmund team bus explosions
A letter found at the scene suggests the attack may have been conducted by radical Islamists.
Lord Coe: Loughborough's Olympian Chancellor
The British sporting icon and former Member of Parliament has now been appointed as Loughborough University's sixth Chancellor.
National Badminton League ends due to funding cuts
Many student participants will be heartbroken at the loss of the NBL.
Preview: The Masters 2017
The Masters begins on April 6th and could be an immensely competitive tournament this year.
Album Review: Alexandra Savior - Belladonna of Sadness
Lyrical aggression is a hallmark of Belladonna of Sadness, Alexandra Savior's debut album.