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Meet Rinchen Tuladhar, a final year student studying Software Engineering and LFC Foundation volunteer at LJMU.
Each week we will be highlighting either an individual or group of students from LJMU in our new feature, Student Spotlight. It will let people know about your LJMU journey, LJMU life, your experiences in Liverpool and the good work that happens around the university.
We talk to LJMU’s nutrition expert, Professor Graeme Close, to find out what we should be eating in order to be happy and healthy.
Liverpool is a fantastic place to be for Valentine’s Day – you can have a great time without spending too much money. Check out our top recommendations.
Dr Matteo Borrini, lecturer of forensic anthropology and president of the Liverpool Mahatma Magic Circle, shows us a cool trick with a £5 note to mark National Student Money Week.
Two teams of students, £5 to spend on ingredients, 30 minutes to make a delicious meal. Who will win the coveted golden spoon?
We name some of the best places to study in our guide to the quiet, student-friendly cafés of Liverpool.
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.
Rumour has it that the John Foster Building is haunted. We carry out our own paranormal investigation to try to uncover the truth behind all the stories.