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27 January 2020

Many of us rely on the media to provide insight into crime in the real world. But how much of the reporting is factual, and how much is storytelling? Read more…

26 November 2019

I might not be the biggest supporter of Christmas decorations in November, but I have to admit watching the lights being switched on really brightens my mood. Here are my favourite places to see some sparkle in Cambridge. Read more…

4 November 2019

As a psychology and criminology student, my typical day might look very different from what you would expect. Although a lot of it is study time, there are also a few perks to finally being in third year. Read more…

8 February 2018

I went to both an Open Day and an Applicant Day at ARU. The University wasn’t my first choice until after attending both. I’ll tell you why. Read more…

5 February 2015

This blog post has taken me several attempts and small sessions to write. I am now sat in my blanket which, by the way, is from Primark and was an absolute bargain at £7! Armed with a cup of tea and Broadchurch on the television, I am now ready to finish this post. Read more…

10 December 2014

The first year of university can be a daunting experience for many, whether you’re moving away from home or commuting. Luckily, this is my second time being a fresher. Last year I moved away from home and studied at Royal Holloway, in Surrey. Nonetheless I am back to being a fresher again. Read more…

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