“Why don’t you drink?” is perhaps one of the most common questions that I get asked, usually coupled with a quizzical look as the person that I’m talking to tries to size me up. I know that I am...
Senior Features writer Roo Pitt investigates the easy way to get the grades A recent letter to the Education Secretary signed by some 40 Vice-Chancellors from across the UK called on the government to ban so called ‘Essay Mills’.  The...
Most freshers this year will have been born in the year 2000: complete and utter millennials. Yet this seemingly harmless, edgy label has often been synonymous with being perceived as  “snowflakes” - for being too thin-skinned and taking offence...
It’s very hard to start a conversation about cancer, because as far as medical conditions go, it has a huge amount of emotional weight. Firstly, because one in two people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK,...
It’s the time of year, autumn leaves are falling, freshers are beginning new lives at university, and the 2019 university league tables have been released. I can imagine that many applicants will be frantically worrying about these performances, just...
While it is not breaking news that every person is different from the next, it seems that this obvious fact is too often overlooked by many educational institutions. And by the time that most of us reach the pearly...