Book Review: Absolutely Smashing It by Kathryn Wallace
Kathryn Wallace's debut novel is a lighthearted and hilarious escape from uni which also explores more serious contemporary issues.
Happy birthday Flannery O'Connor: 5 of her best short stories
On what would've been her 94th birthday, here are five of the best stories that got her the title of one of the top writers of the twentieth century.
If you only read one thing this year... make it Misogynation by Laura Bates
Following International Women's Day, if you have to pick just one book on feminism then this is why it should be Misogynation.
Diversity champion Creative Access places 1000th intern in the creative industries
The organisation provides young people from BAME or low socioeconomic groups with access to traineeships in the creative industries.
Why Judy Blume's novels are still the go-to coming of age narratives today
As Judy Blume celebrates her 81st birthday, it is time to take a look at why she has been so successful for half a century.
BAFTAs 2019: The best dressed
A round-up of the most stylish attendees at the 72nd British Academy Film Awards.
Book Review: Peach by Emma Glass
Glass's experimental debut novella is not for the faint of heart, but it shouldn't be written off entirely.
Author and editor Diana Athill dies aged 101
The famed editor of Margaret Atwood and Philip Roth sadly passed away in a hospice earlier this week.
The Life-Changing Magic of Throwing Out Your Books?
The Kon-Mari method has book lovers in outcry, but this judgment might be a little too rash
Margaret Atwood to write a sequel to her award-winning The Handmaid's Tale
The new novel will be released in 2019.
8 of the Best Black Friday Fashion Deals
We all love a bargain here at The National Student!
Book Review: Feminists Don't Wear Pink (and other lies) by Scarlett Curtis
A collection of empowering writing from all different types of women.
The Hate U Give: Why you should read the book before heading to the cinema
A popular YA novel was adapted for the big screens this week, but you should be reading the book before you head to the cinema.