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To mark International Women’s Day, we catch up with some seriously talented females…
The determination from all areas of the university to carry on learning has remained steadfast, despite some recent setbacks...
A year after graduating, Isla Murray speaks to us about her career journey so far and how LJMU helped to set her up for success....
We chat with Business Studies student, Samuel Stewart about the success he's enjoyed since launching his online urban clothing...
Claire Hannibal spoke to us about the love she has for her job and the importance of supporting and empowering women.
Hear how Alexandra overcame adversity to pursue a university education.
How do we combat overconsumption and our global plastic addiction?
Tim Byrne studied law at LJMU and is the founder of Trailblazer. We spoke with him to find out more about the publication.
Find out how students have benefited from taking part in creative projects, placements and internships at Liverpool's much-loved...
Susie Ocana and Natalie Wade prove it’s never too late to learn. They both decided to return to education in order to progress...