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Justina Crabtree
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Justina Crabtree is an English Literature MA graduate from Durham University.

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On Monday 20th April, registration closes for those intending to vote in the 2015 UK general election. This will be held on Thursday 7th May.

Why students should vote

On Monday 20th April, registration closes for those intending to vote in the 2015 UK general election. This will be held on Thursday 7th May.

If you foresee your life stuck on an endless study-sleep-repeat cycle for the next few months, here are a few ways to make things a little easier.

5 ways to make desk life liveable

If you foresee your life stuck on an endless study-sleep-repeat cycle for the next few months, here are a few ways to make things a little easier.

Juicing, paleo and pulled pork are so last year.

5 Food Trends You Might Actually Eat

Juicing, paleo and pulled pork are so last year.

Last night in Los Angeles, the shimmering city of cinema, Hollywoodʼs brightest stars aligned for the 87th Academy Awards. Birdman was presented with the Best Picture accolade, whilst Eddie Reymayne and Julianne Moore were deemed Best Actor and Best Actress respectively. But ʻbestʼ according to who?

What's the point of the Oscars?

Last night in Los Angeles, the shimmering city of cinema, Hollywoodʼs brightest stars aligned for the 87th Academy Awards. Birdman was presented with the Best Picture accolade, whilst Eddie Reymayne and Julianne Moore were deemed Best Actor and Best Actress respectively. But ʻbestʼ according to who?

YouTube has spawned its own class of seemingly superhuman individuals. They, in a manner not overly dissimilar to the plot line of many a science fiction franchise, have eased themselves into world domination - for the teen generation at least.

Turning over a new leaf: why are so many YouTubers writing books?

YouTube has spawned its own class of seemingly superhuman individuals. They, in a manner not overly dissimilar to the plot line of many a science fiction franchise, have eased themselves into world domination - for the teen generation at least.

The key to juggling both is self-acceptance, says one student with bipolar disorder.

Coping with university life and mental health issues

The key to juggling both is self-acceptance, says one student with bipolar disorder.

Mix sour and gooey sweetness with this easy, moreish cake.

Recipe: Lime drizzle cake with a milk chocolate chunk bottom

Mix sour and gooey sweetness with this easy, moreish cake.

Your small steps can lead to big changes for the humanitarian crisis in Sudan

Taking a stand for Sudan

Your small steps can lead to big changes for the humanitarian crisis in Sudan

Is technology making us sit down and shut up just a little too often?

Just how golden is silence?

Is technology making us sit down and shut up just a little too often?

Create a cocktail of international flavours with The National Studentʼs introduction to fusion cooking, complete with a recipe for Chinese marinated roast beef and garlic pak choi.

Fusion Revolution! Chinese marinated roast beef and garlic pak choi

Create a cocktail of international flavours with The National Studentʼs introduction to fusion cooking, complete with a recipe for Chinese marinated roast beef and garlic pak choi.

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