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The new wave of feminists, the opinion of one teen panellist

The new “f” word – Feminism

‘You’re not a feminist are you?’ asked with a tinge of disgust is something I have heard countless times, particularly since starting University. The usual […]

April 9, 2015 32 Comments

Welcome To The Admissions Lottery!

Jonathan Dunn, Strathclyde University, About to start a Civil Engineering degree

The university admissions system is unfair. It helps those applicants who have the correct predicted grades (regardless of whether those […]

September 1, 2010 7 Comments

Are Student Brands Ripping You Off?

Mike Hodges, University of Lincoln,1st Year Advertising & Journalism Student

Don’t look now but you, and all the other students out there, are being watched. Your every tweet monitored, every […]

August 2, 2010 3 Comments

Why we no longer agree with Nick…

Claire McWethy, The University of Sheffield, 3rd Year Politics Student

The adage that ‘idealism is what precedes experience, cynicism is what follows’ is something often preached by older generations and […]

July 1, 2010 22 Comments

Three STEM Graduates Share Their Job Hunting Experiences

Chantelle Booth, Peter Shin and Emma Fegan

We asked our panellists about their experience of graduating with STEM degrees. Chantelle Booth can’t get the STEM job she […]

June 3, 2010 6 Comments

Death to Student Exchange Trips? Ich glaub’ nicht

James Rothwell, The Gryphon School Sixth Form, A Level student (English Lit, French & German)

My friends thought I was pretty twisted. Why the hell did I want to leave our cosy Dorset secondary school […]

March 1, 2010 8 Comments

Intelligence: The New Race Card?

Sophie Shorland, St. Mary Redcliffe Sixth Form, A Level student (English Lit & Lang, French, Politics)

The US has everything. Even, believe it or not, a society called the United Fools of America. This group aims […]

February 16, 2010 1 Comment

The Reality of Student Debt

Andrew Rushton, University College London, Final year Philosophy Student

Huge and burdensome. No, not my landlady, nor my final year workload: my student debt. Well, that’s one reality of […]

December 1, 2009 89 Comments

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