The Independent, 24th June 2017
It’s safe to say that, from their early beginnings as prescription medication for narcoleptics and the odd productivity booster for enterprising pharmacology students, study drugs have now been integrated fully into modern student life.
In fact, a student article for the Bristol Tab says that they’ve become as much part of the university experience as “disappointing sex and watching too much daytime television”. Continue reading Let students use study drugs and let’s sell them at Boots, says Cambridge scientist
The Independent, 13th March 2017
Tom Harwood, who has announced that he will run against Malia Bouattia for the presidency of the NUS, has attacked the student union as having “been hijacked by a cabal of people who all think the same way”.
He has described the leadership as “from quite an extreme end of far-left politics”, and appealed for students to “drag the NUS back to the centre so that it can speak for all students”.
Mr Harwood, 20, an NUS delegate at the University of Durham, won his university campaign by promising to defeat Isis using NUS boycotts and to lower the price of Cadbury Freddos to 10 pence. His campaign attracted national attention for its satirical policy proposals and his public dislike of NUS president Ms Bouattia.
Continue reading NUS Presidential candidate claims the far left have ‘hijacked’ the student organisation
Bury Free Press, 21st November 2014
My parents often joke that their knowledge of French doesn’t extend much beyond what they could learn on an exchange: how to order a block of cheese and a one-way, non-smoking train ticket to Paris. Continue reading Un kilo de fromage, s’il vous plait