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Mike Hollows, a PhD candidate (Creative Writing) at Liverpool Screen School, has just released his first book – and he wrote it while studying at LJMU.
Rachel Stalker, senior lecturer in law and founder of the Legal Advice Centre, talks about the challenging landscape that led her to set up the Centre and how it benefits both students and the community.
Sedentary behaviour expert, Sophie Carter, explains why binge watching TV is detrimental to your health.
Forensic anthropologist and mind illusionist, Dr Matteo Borrini, demonstrates the techniques that psychics use to make people believe in paranormal powers.
Oli Harrisson, a recent Audio and Music Production graduate, has been shortlisted for Student Broadcaster of the Year by the BBC news programme, Today.
Sport Scholars were treated to a special event featuring Olympic medallist, Honorary Fellow and Sport Scholar alumna, Anyika Onuora.
The LJMU e-Racing Team is made up of talented students from a variety of different degrees and disciplines.
Liverpool School of Art and Design students take part in a life-changing trip to explore the art and culture of the Caribbean island known for its sun, sand and laid back lifestyle.
Matthew Ramsbotham, a recent graduate from LJMU's Science and Football course, is well on his way to an exciting career in the sport having taken part in internships at Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs.
Working to make every aspect of your student experience fantastic, meet Julia, Angelina, Howisha and Fiona