I interviewed date-rape drug victims for The Telegraph Eduction section.
This article was written for The Telegraph Student section.
I was delighted to be named Student Journalist of the Year 2016 during the inaugural Words By Women Awards!
This investigative feature was written for VICE UK and published on January 22nd 2016. Read on for the hyperlink and for the full text (all photographs taken by myself).
“We’re each facing a huge student debt, low wages and a property ladder that’s as difficult to climb as the greasy pole at the school Summer Fête
So why on earth would we make it even harder for ourselves by leaving the EU?”
A snippet from my latest Huffington Post blog piece, which you can access here. Read on for the full text (minus the gifs).
Another blog for Huffington Post’s Young Voices section, this piece looks at cultural appropriation and culturally insensitive fancy dress costumes, particularly at universities in the UK.
It uses gifs and a colloquial tone befitting the section. Read on for the full text (minus the gifs).
A piece for Exeposé News, I was inspired to write this article following a guest lecture and a little sleuthing on Twitter. Scroll to the bottom for the full text.
Having come second in the same category last year, I was delighted to win Best Feature at the University of Exeter’s annual XMedia Awards with my piece ‘Is Exeter an elitist university?’
In another blog post for The Guardian Student Bloggers, I wrote about my experience of organising ‘Colour Me Political’, a one-day student art project offering Exeter university students a creative medium to express their thoughts on the new government.