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Rebecca Pinnington
Goldsmiths College, University of London

Rebecca is an MASc Digital Journalism student at Goldsmiths College, and was previously student media president at UCL. She currently writes for The Sun, and has also written for The Guardian, HuffPo, and The Jewish News.

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35 university canoe polo clubs have signed an open letter to British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS), protesting new canoe polo regulations which they say force out women from top squads.

Women excluded from top level of sport by BUCS, say uni canoe polo teams

35 university canoe polo clubs have signed an open letter to British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS), protesting new canoe polo regulations which they say force out women from top squads.

Over 150 residents in two University College London halls have declared an indefinite rent strike, withholding over £250,000 worth of rent until their demands of a 40% rent cut are met.

UCL students withhold rent in response to soaring housing costs

Over 150 residents in two University College London halls have declared an indefinite rent strike, withholding over £250,000 worth of rent until their demands of a 40% rent cut are met.

New research reveals that 41% of British women and 12% of men have been asked ‘inappropriate’ questions in a job interview.

41% of women asked 'inappropriate' questions in job interviews

New research reveals that 41% of British women and 12% of men have been asked ‘inappropriate’ questions in a job interview.

Eastpak has launched its Core Series programme, celebrating and rewarding entrepreneurial spirit and hoping to inspire young people to set up their own business.

Eastpak launches programme to support creative enterprise

Eastpak has launched its Core Series programme, celebrating and rewarding entrepreneurial spirit and hoping to inspire young people to set up their own business.

Following an acclaimed Broadway run and a whopping six Tony Award wins, the musical version of the cult film Kinky Boots landed at the Adelphi Theatre in a blaze of glitter earlier this month.

Kinky Boots: interview with the cast and creative team

Following an acclaimed Broadway run and a whopping six Tony Award wins, the musical version of the cult film Kinky Boots landed at the Adelphi Theatre in a blaze of glitter earlier this month.

Based on a true story, the 2005 film Kinky Boots follows Charlie Price as he resurrects his late father’s failing shoe factory with the help of Lola, a larger-than-life drag queen in need of a sturdy pair of stilettos able to support the weight of a real man. 

Theatre Review: Kinky Boots, Adelphi Theatre

Based on a true story, the 2005 film Kinky Boots follows Charlie Price as he resurrects his late father’s failing shoe factory with the help of Lola, a larger-than-life drag queen in need of a sturdy pair of stilettos able to support the weight of a real man. 

A new NUS Report examines the attitudes of graduates on post-2012 fees – and finds 56% don’t think uni was worth the money.

Over half of £9000 a year graduates didn't get value for money, new NUS report says

A new NUS Report examines the attitudes of graduates on post-2012 fees – and finds 56% don’t think uni was worth the money.

Various websites offering advice on how to fund postgraduate study are now suggesting crowdfunding - particularly as it will not be possible to take out a student loan for Masters courses until 2016.

Meet the students crowdfunding their degrees

Various websites offering advice on how to fund postgraduate study are now suggesting crowdfunding - particularly as it will not be possible to take out a student loan for Masters courses until 2016.

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