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Tim Byrne studied law at LJMU and is the founder of Trailblazer. We spoke with him to find out more about the publication.
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As the Women’s World Cup gets underway in France, one of England’s brightest talents is a familiar face here at LJMU.
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We chat with BBC Radio Merseyside presenter and LJMU alumna, Ngunan Adamu about what it's like to work in radio.
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.
Meet Nicola Robinson – pentathlete, Sport Scholar alumna and Programme Leader in Sports Coaching at LJMU.
We talk to some LJMU alumnae and students who chose to pursue engineering as a career. The first in our series features Louisa...