Emily Drouet was getting ready in her halls bedroom on the night of St Patrick's Day 2016. She'd been persuaded to go out last minute, and her friends expected to see her out later, dressed up in green like everyone else, drinking vodka mixers and Guinness.
Diana Thomson thought everything was back on track for James, her son. "University wasn't the same in reality as the big buildup given to them from schools and university open days. We didn't realise how unsupported and alone students were until it happened," Diana tells us from her home in Northampton.
It's not been an easy few months for universities. Looking at the volume of stories about racism on campus, it might seem like a problem which has spiralled out of control. Racism flowing freely in an Exeter law society group chat made national headlines.
Mat just started year 11. On the weekends he rides his racing bike up the Essex coastline with his mates, stopping at a racing café to get a drink before looping back to Clacton-on-Sea, his hometown since the age of 3.
The Tab's UK University Mental Health Care Rankings 2017 are the only study of their kind, where we examine every UK university's student access to mental health care to determine who cares for their students the best. The findings were truly eye opening.
It's no Winterfell, but it'll do Isaac Hempstead Wright, better known as Game of Thrones' Bran Stark, is enrolled at The university of Birmingham, and was spotted around campus. Never thought I would run into Bran Stark in Bham. - Kate.
Lewisham Hospital's most famous doctor isn't looking like he'll last long in ITV2's Love Island after being rejected by Hayley in the baggage challenge, but at least Doctor Alex George will have his old job back when he leaves the villa.
'Within 48 hours they've managed to organise a full investigation meeting for me over an 'alleged breach' but not for Snowsports' Lancaster SU have suspended their BME officer for exposing the Snowsports white t-shirt social where students wore swastikas and rape jokes.
'Nah u won't mate it will cost you a pound #jew' A candidate for Vice President of the NUS has apologised for a series of tweets that have been described as "deeply antisemitic". In one, he replies to someone saying: "Nah u won't mate. It'll cost you a pound #jew."
Bath University students occupying their Vice Chancellor's offices are being forced to pee in bottles as security are denying them entry to campus toilets. The students have now resorted to getting rid of the bottles by abseiling them down a pulley system to students on the ground below.