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29 April 2020

We’re proud to say that ARU apprentices have stepped up to support the efforts of fighting COVID-19, as well as balancing their jobs and family commitments. Here, MBA student Curt talks about manufacturing PPE for the NHS, while continuing to study. Read more…

5 March 2020

Studying English Literature in Cambridge has been the best experience and a fortunate stroke of serendipity for me. From studying Greek myths of Gods and Heroes in the first year to analysing Contemporary Fiction in the third year, the course offers a variety of core and optional modules. Read more…

1 February 2020

In my research, I am interested in the role narratives play for our personal identity. There are various types of narrative that focus on people’s lives and identities (for instance biographies, fiction), and everyday stories we tell about ourselves and others. Read more…

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…

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