Chemistry student by day, writer by night. Hayley is a chemistry student at the University of Edinburgh and writes a lifestyle blog in her free time. Hayley started writing for The National Student in December 2016.
Ireland is set to vote in a referendum on legalising abortion
Irish electorate will vote on whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment
This is how a mothers iphone snap of the royals is helping pay her daughter's tuition fees
The press have been after it
Five reasons why you should visit Edinburgh at Christmas
...and not just because of men in kilts!
Five things to do for free in...Geneva, Switzerland
Explore the stunning city on the tightest of budgets
This Conservative MP just called someone a dick on Twitter
Well that's one way to get settled into a new job.
14 Labour supporting students tell us what they think of the election results
It's a mixed bag of emotions.
Edinburgh University falsely tells hundreds of final year students that they are ineligible to graduate
Not a good start to the day.
LSE academic arrested in university cleaners´ strike
Dr Lisa McKenzie has now been released on bail.
UK second best European country for international students
European universities were ranked on education, cost and quality of life.
Edinburgh Napier University adds Labradors to interview panel
They were very good boys.
Which UK university is the most sustainable?
Russell Group universities aren't doing well...
'Tribal' event at University of Exeter renamed after cultural appropriation accusations
'How can BME students feel comfortable in Exeter, when organisations put on events that alienate them?'
Gender pay-gap Bake Sale reported as a hate crime
University of Essex's Feminist Society accused of discrimination.
Bristol uni offers 1/3 of disadvantaged student spots to private school pupils
Social mobility? Maybe not...
Pro-Palestine events cancelled at universities across the UK
The University of Exeter's Friends of Palestine say they're being censored by the university.
Bristol Uni set to accept disadvantaged students with lower grades
Students with two grades lower than the average offer will be accepted.
LGBT charity All Out has revealed its first nominations for Homophobes of the Year
Vote for your, erm, favourite.