With great anticipation I awaited the lecture on social entrepreneurship. Believing that business should ultimately serve society and the planet, I could not believe my ears when the lecturer repeatedly described businesses with social welfare agendas as ‘paradoxical in...
One minute and a learning disability is all that stands between me and my twin sister, Emily. This meant that my leaving home to go to university was a big shock to Emily’s system. Emily has A-typical autism with...
‘White, male and middle class.’ There’s always something so poignant about a power of three to emphasise a point, isn’t there? But perhaps the use of the word ‘power’ here may also emphasise a hint of irony, for this...
After the events of 2016, many would argue that the future has never looked as bleak as it does now. Yes, we’ve said good riddance to what has been for many a horrific year - full of political upheavals...
Working alongside Livewire all year, Caitlin and I had been getting increasingly jealous as the plans for their annual charity-fundraising/travel-adventure event got underway. Eventually, our itchy feet and desire to see how far we could get from campus got...
It is a truth universally acknowledged that moving into university accommodation isn't easy. For some, their first day in halls meant roaming the corridor like some kind of deranged double glazing salesman knocking on doors in a frantic effort...