*PRESS RELEASE* Warwick Jailbreak returned over the weekend of 1-2 November 2014 for its 10th anniversary. With 380 participants (150 teams) signed up to take part in the event, this was the biggest event of its type in the UK. The students taking part had 36 hours to escape Warwick University campus and get asContinue reading “Warwick Jailbreak 2014 winners reach Israel”
*PRESS RELEASE* Warwick Jailbreak, the biggest student event of its type in the UK, is set to return on November 1-2. The students taking part have 36 hours to get as far away from the University of Warwick as they can without spending any money.
So way back in September 2013, I wrote this blog post setting myself some challenges to achieve in my second year at Warwick University. Now that I have officially finished second year, received my results and found out that I have actually passed to continue into the third year of my degree, I thought itContinue reading “From year two to year three”
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.
*PRESS RELEASE* Students who got lost for charity on February 22 and 23 have raised more than £4,000 for the Bath Place Community Venture in Leamington Spa. Participants of the University of Warwick’s new event, Lost, were sponsored by friends and family to take a coach to an unknown location and had 36 hours toContinue reading “Lost students find their way back to Warwick”
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”
*PRESS RELEASE* Societies at the University of Warwick have launched a brand-new event called Lost to raise money for a local charity. Students will be sponsored by friends and relatives to take a coach to a random, unknown location and will attempt to get back to University campus within 36 hours. The catch is, theyContinue reading “University of Warwick says: get Lost!”
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”
Hey everyone! Quick one from me – basically I am taking part in Warwick Jailbreak 2013 (see on Facebook and Twitter), and I am going to make an impassioned plea to you to please DONATE!
So, on Tuesday I am moving into my new house in the lovely Leamington Spa. Away from home, back to university again, and this year, as my degree counts, I’m going to have to be a proper grown-up. Oh dear.