Anyone who knows me even a little should have some idea about how much of an adrenaline junkie I am. I mean, I did a bungee jump in Central America, for goodness’ sake.
So when I (along with my bestie Becca) was offered the chance to visit Go Ape in Bedgebury, Kent and try out their Tree Top Adventure, I jumped at the opportunity, having missed that adrenaline rush as of late.
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Over the summer, I made the difficult decision to have to step down from some of my editorial positions before I start my finals this year (tomorrow, actually). I decided that holding six editorial positions was a little too much commitment if I want to do really well in my academic work, so for once, I put my degree first (I know, I’m just as surprised as you are). So today is my final day in my positions at the Student Journals, Kettle Magazine and Eat More Cake Magazine.
So here are a few small goodbyes – I’ll try not to cry!
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So last week I headed to the Huffington Post for a week of work experience on the Students desk. Having done a fair amount of work experience now, I wasn’t really that nervous for this placement, just looking forward to getting back into the newsroom.
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So this term I am raising money for TeachFirst, a charity which aims to end inequality in education, in association with Warwick Inspire.
For my fundraising campaign I am launching a two-pronged attack, by setting myself both a physical challenge and a mental challenge.
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Looking for writers to help launch a new and innovative student website at Career Camel.
Our vision is to show that going through the process of getting a career doesn’t have to be as boring and serious as everyone makes it out to be.
Got the hump because you don’t know what to do with your life? Well, stop complaining… Check out our blog instead and get a job!
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So if you’re a bit of a politico, keen on campus issues or just a genuinely nosey person, I’m guessing you pick up your student newspaper, or at least check out what is on its website every now and then. But do you ever wonder about the processes the publication actually goes through before it reaches your hands?
So I’m going to tell the truth about student journalism. From my experience, anyway.
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