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LJMU student Ian Loftus discovers the cathartic act of writing as a way of coping with his bereavement
LJMU student Katie Jenkins somehow manages to divide her time between studying for a degree in pharmacy and training with the Wales Women’s Rugby squad.
Several months into her role as a primary school teacher, we catch up with Sarah Wright, who completed her teacher training with LJMU, to find out what her first year has been like.
Could there be any better workplace than Disney HQ? We can't help but picture a fairytale castle filled with employees whistling while they work. We ask intern Matt Fryer what it's really like.
Was Manchester Art Gallery's removal of JW Waterhouse's Hylas and the Nymphs a brilliant conversation-starter or a PC act of censorship? History of Art lecturer Dr Juliet Caroll and students give their thoughts
We know exams can be a daunting prospect. With assessments coming up in January, the Study Skills team have put together some top tips to combat the pressure
We speak with three Liverpool School of Art and Design graduates about their work, career paths and tips for other creatives
Girls’ Football Week has presented a perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of some of our students who are inspiring the next generation of girls to take up the sport.
Wildlife conservation student, Anna Starkey, shares her experiences studying macaques while trying to avoid insects in the wilds of Indonesia.
Food Development and Nutrition students at LJMU have created some amazing recipes following a placement at Meyer. Why not try them out for yourself?