Freelance journalist writing news pieces, commentary, and features on social and political issues, largely student-related. Also Education and Careers for The Telegraph and Music, predominantly for Schön! Magazine.
Previously Editor-in-Chief of the Nottingham Tab.
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In order to recruit as many individuals as possible, Parliament recently changed the law to allow a wider group of people to undertake training and deliver vaccines.
"There are many universities that I didn't even bother looking at, just because of my race, for example Durham and Exeter," says Leeds second year Naomi Eluwa. "It's nice to walk around campus or uni and just see other people that look like you."
The Palatinate is one of the UK's oldest continually printed student paper but now rising costs could end a much-loved tradition
The cases this year have been higher than ever
Forget the chaos and hangovers of normal Freshers' Week; this year, you can expect state-of-the-art tech delivering virtual fun and friends
Worried about their health, studies and social lives, a growing number of students are very anxious about the next term
Lockdown has offered new chances to earn while you learn for many undergraduates who are finding their digital confidence especially prized
Last year Belfast only made 50 offers to black students Some of the country's top unis are offering a place to fewer than 200 black students a year. Belfast, Glasgow and St Andrews are the top UK unis that offer the fewest places to black students, new stats have revealed.
Changes in global behaviour have led to increased demand in some career sectors; so where should you build up your skill set?
A University of Nottingham student who previously hosted a 50-person party, is set to appear in court and stand trial after denying the charge and refusing to pay an issued fine of £10,000.
If your A-level results have matched or exceeded expectations, it's time to celebrate - as long as you keep it Covid-friendly
'It's a step in the right direction... But this is just the beginning' This morning, the Equality and Human Rights Commission's (EHRC) long-awaited report has finally been released, after years of complaints about how allegations of anti-Semitism were dealt with under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of Labour.
'It all just got too much'
They said the police were 'spoiling their fun' Four students were fined £40,000 after throwing a house party with over 30 people in their house on Kimbolton Avenue, on Tuesday 20th October. The Trent students, fined £10k, have now been suspended after lying to the police about the party and blaming them for "spoiling their fun".
They outline three key demands
Better than Stealth to be fair In a move of non-violent protest against a number of university-related issues, students have been occupying corridors in the Trent building since Sunday night. Last night, whilst camped out outside the Vice Chancellor's office, students kitted out the space in order to throw the best rave Trent's ever seen.
The student realised three days before she was due to fly out to Italy that something wasn't right Patrycja Boryka, a 21-year-old documentary journalism student at Nottingham Trent University, says she was "scammed" by an unknown individual pretending to offer her a teaching job in Italy.
Innovation is key to British-Canadian singer Rochelle Jordan. She fuses the futuristic with the ancestrally soulful sounds of R&B. To listen to one of Jordan's songs is to absorb a subtle blend of sampledelic 90s pop, vintage UK house and garage, airy late night ballads and progressive hip-hop.
Back in January, I was fortunate enough to witness this jazz revival at a Gilles Peterson DJ event. Rolling through his collection of house, techno, and electronic music, Peterson closed his set with the classic sounds of Nina Simone's My Baby Just Cares for Me.
Singer-rapper moves through genres just like he has the world. Born in Cape Town and raised in Germany, Wiz flew to Toronto just days after completing high school to immerse himself in the city's music scene. What was meant to be a short say in Canada, turned into a six-month trip which ended up shaping his career.
California-based singer-songwriter Brandon takes a unique approach to his music. He turns introspective lyricism into a universally relatable experience.
London-based Haich Ber Na is an electronic provocateur with an avant-garde sound. The self-taught musician and producer has received buzz for his left field sound and constantly pushing sonic boundaries. "The message for my music in general is do what you want and don't care what anyone thinks."
As a 21-year old, the prospect of receiving the Covid vaccine has, for a long time, been nothing more than a distant hope. However, as the UK's vaccination programme exceeded expectations and was made available to ever younger cohorts, I began to realise that my opportunity may be coming sooner than I originally thought.
'I messaged her saying that she'd just bought the bralette for 12 grand and she just replied, when would you be posting this?' Beth Turner, an innocent Depop seller, accidentally sold her beloved bralette on Depop for a small sum of £12,000.
'Falling for someone doesn't mean forgetting your own self' - Parul Nigram
'If we can see more people that love their body then it should encourage everyone to take the same approach' Social media has undoubtedly revolutionised the way we communicate online. Unfortunately, the intrusive culture of body-shaming has been on the rise of late, running in tandem with the expansion of the online world.
Throughout the years Alison Hammond has undoubtedly become one of the most iconic personalities on TV. From her debut on Big Brother to her interviews on This Morning, her effortless sass and banter have often left audiences in literal tears.
'There was a huge cauldron full of bones' Sometimes awkward, sometimes creepy and sometimes the most traumatic experience you have ever witnessed, uni house viewings are full of unpleasant surprises. If you're in your second or third year then you've inevitably experienced one these infamous excursions.
It's iconic to say the least