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We catch up with human evolution expert, Dr Isabelle De Groote to find out about the Virtual Anthropology Museum, a new online resource that brings the human story to life.
We outline some of the things to consider when deciding whether or not to get a job while at uni.
Professor Greg Whyte helps a group of celebrities trek up Mount Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief and sends a message to LJMU students from the summit.
Rebecca Gee, LJMU's Student Engagement Manager, gives her advice on how to look after your mental wellbeing while at uni.
We chat with BBC Radio Merseyside presenter and LJMU alumna, Ngunan Adamu about what it's like to work in radio.
International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year; it is a focal point in the movement for women’s rights. We spoke to the president of the Students’ Union, Angelina Cliff, about her experience as a female student president.
We talk to Abbie Romano to find out why she chose to study engineering and her views on how women are perceived in the sector.
We find out why computer technology student, Jessica Buckley, chose to study the subject and her views on how women are perceived in the sector.
Meet Nicola Robinson – pentathlete, Sport Scholar alumna and Programme Leader in Sports Coaching at LJMU.
Meet Mike Lynn, a recent LJMU postgraduate who is working to try to fight for improvements in cancer aftercare, nutrition and exercise in paediatric patients.