Final year French student at the University of East Anglia and travel editor of the student newspaper, Concrete. Aspiring journalist and keen traveller.
What to look for when renting a house
First year is behind you, as are the days of sharing a flat with 12 other people with odd sleeping patterns and loud speakers. Finally, you get to move into a nice house with a group of friends and enter the wonderful world of student housing. Welcome!
Fitting in on your year abroad
Going on your year abroad is one of the best parts of doing a degree, but it can also be the most daunting.
The great unpaid internships debate
As students up and down the country begin to think about summer jobs, Polly Grice considers whether unpaid internships are an excuse for employers to take advantage of students or an opportunity for valuable experience and the chance to move on to something bigger and better.
10 Things First Year Has Taught Us
University will teach you a lot of things, but learning isn't confined to the classroom. So, did you discover the same things as us in first year?
What People Believe: The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement
Members of the US-based Voluntary Human Extinction Movement believe the only way to save the planet is for humans to die out.
Sunsets in Sevastopol
Ukraine is an often overlooked destination when not hosting a major football competition, but it has much to offer those who prefer to get away from swarms of tourists during their holidays.
Oddbins offers January discount to journalists, redheads, bankers and Germans
Many high street retailers offer a 10% saving for students - but wine retailer Oddbins has launched an altogether more unusual discount scheme.