Sian stays silent and succeeds at Snowdon

I am very pleased to announce that after setting myself some challenges to raise money for TeachFirst, I have succeeded and raised a total of £243 for the charity! Before I launch into a summary of what I got up to, I would like to thank each and every one of you who donated –Continue reading “Sian stays silent and succeeds at Snowdon”

Sian does stuff for TeachFirst

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.

The truth about student journalism

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 itContinue reading “The truth about student journalism”

Sian jailbreaks Poland

So, at 10am on November 2 until 10pm on November 3, George Creasy and I had a challenge – to travel as far away from Warwick University campus as possible within 36 hours without spending a penny, in aid of AICR (the Association for International Cancer Research). And guess what? The Baker Breakers have officially jailbroken.Continue reading “Sian jailbreaks Poland”

In progress: The Campus 50 Challenge

Some of you may have seen from my previous blog post that Andy King set me a challenge yesterday. Here is the list which I shall keep regularly updated over the course of my degree to portray my achievements. The challenge began at around 10pm on 22 May 2013. You can see Andy’s progress here.Continue reading “In progress: The Campus 50 Challenge”

Response: The Campus 50 Challenge

Dear Andrew King, CC: Daniel Cope, any challenge-hungry student [Aside: Dear Reader, you may have seen that Andy King, who is one of my friends from our first-year English course and Warwick’s independent student newspaper, the Boar, wrote a blog post on his WordPress today challenging me to take part in his version of ‘TheContinue reading “Response: The Campus 50 Challenge”

Playing the time management game

When I decided that I would take an English Literature degree instead of a Journalism degree, I knew that I would be playing the time management game right from the very beginning.