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We speak with Gerry Smyth whose day job is Professor of Irish Cultural History at LJMU. His secret life: a composer keen to bring Irish poetry to new audiences.
Several months into her role as a primary school teacher, we catch up with Sarah Wright, who completed her teacher training with LJMU, to find out what her first year has been like.
On 28 March, LJMU presented the latest talk in the Athena Lecture Series with award-winning journalist Samira Ahmed delivering the keynote address: ‘My life as a difficult woman’
You wouldn’t think there would be time to start your own business while studying for a doctorate in sport and exercise psychology, but that’s exactly what Lydia Mountford has done.
Following the success of her first novel, Mary Torjussen, an MA Writing graduate, is now awaiting the release of her second book. We meet up with her to talk about how she got started as a writer.
The value of a university education has been a hot topic for some time. We look at the benefits to doing a degree - why it's a valuable investment in the professional and personal future of students.
Leicester City and Danish international goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel visits students from the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Which books have made the top ten in our poll to find LJMU's favourites? The results are in...
We speak with Sara Parker whose day job is Reader in Development Studies at LJMU. Her secret life: a fair trade activist making a difference to communities in Nepal.
With the release of the 2018 Sound City line-up and tickets, it seemed a great time to acknowledge the work that LJMU students contribute to the annual festival.