I came to The National Student after deciding that I wanted to do more than just write for the student newspaper. It gave me the confidence and experience I needed to pursue a Masters in journalism.
Now I am a reporter at Mail Online, where I cover everything from court cases to doughnut-stealing seagulls.
Top 10 Weirdest Things Ever Sold on eBay
From rhino excrement to an actual human baby; here are some of the most bizarre things that people have ever sought to sell on the Internet. And even more worryingly, they were all bought.
Top 10 Weirdest Kids TV Moments
If there's one thing that YouTube has taught us, it's that children's television (particularly 1980s children's television) contains a whole new level of horror.
Top Ten Weirdest Sex Toys
The results from the Student Sex Survey 2012 showed us just how kinky you all are. Inspired by your out-of-the-box bedroom antics, we have put together a list of ten of the weirdest sex toys ever.
Interview: Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky)
Ahead of space-Nazi comedy finally being released in the UK on 23rd May, TNS spoke to Timo Vuorensola about C-class comedies, Transformers and Russians from Mars...
John Carter Comment: What just happened?
TNS reporter Stephanie Linning reflects on the bizarre series of events that followed an otherwise normal press junket. WARNING: contains tales of shrunken photographers, chains, and a fancy London hotel room.
Over a third of graduates in non-degree jobs
New figures published by the Office for National Statistics reveal that more than 1 in 3 recent graduates are currently employed in low skilled jobs.
Interview: Taylor Kitsch
Taylor Kitsch chatted to TNS about his latest role as war-torn Civil War veteran John Carter in Disneyâ€™s newest multi-million dollar blockbuster.
Interview: Willem Dafoe
Ahead of the release of his latest film John Carter, TNS caught up with acting legend Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man, Finding Nemo, The English Patient) to chat about acting, aliens, and the power of a bad film.
Scandal over Oxford student's "great rack" manifesto
An Oxford University student has been criticised for using her â€œgreat rackâ€ to try to win votes in union election.
"Too much sex" leads college student to sue
An American student in Boston, Massachusetts, is suing her Roman Catholic college, claiming that she was driven into a suicidal depression as a result of her roommate â€œhaving too much sex.â€
Peace Day Interview with NUS President Liam Burns
Following the launch of an historic partnership between Peace One Day and the National Union of Students (NUS), The National Students talks to NUS National President Liam Burns on student coalitions, sustainability, and the possibility of world peace.
Skins is back
Ahead of the launch of Skinsâ€™ sixth series, again TNS caught up with Sean Teale, one of the â€œthird generationâ€ stars of the BAFTA award-winning show.
Lost in Translation: Lads on the Lash
Here some of the most bemusing Britishisms are busted in an attempt to clarify any lingering confusion on what it means to be a 'lad' on the 'lash'.
TNS Meets Rowan Atkinson
Waste disposal units, being lazy and Hong Kong: TNS chats with Johnny English: Reborn star Rowan Atkinson and director Oliver Parker on the release of their new film.
TNS chats to the stars of Speedy Singhs
TNS caught up with Canadian comedy superstar Russell Peters and Bollywood newcomer Vinay Virmani at the release of new film Speedy Singhs.
Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child?
A recent Times Educational Survey suggests that nearly half of parents in Britain would support the reintroduction of corporal punishment into the British school system. Here Stephanie Linning consider the merits of the argument.
In the Eye of the Camera
Documentary filmmaker Rob Spence gave new meaning to the phrase "eye of the camera" when he replaced his lost eye with a bionic substitute.