Welcome to the third installment of my ‘graduate’ series. It’s been exactly one year since my graduation and now almost four years since I filled my parents’ car with boxes and moved to London to start university. This is a little of my personal experience and why I think my Journalism degree at Westminster was worth… Read More A year ago I graduated & why my degree was worth it
One year ago today I posted ‘A year today I will be a graduate’. Yesterday I graduated from Westminster with a 2:1 in BA (Hons) Journalism degree, making me one of the best journalism graduates in London according the The Guardian table this year! This time last year the thought of graduating filled me with… Read More I am a graduate!
Whilst scrolling through mediargh this afternoon in my ongoing job search I came across a brilliant article about media graduates taking steps to make themselves marketable individuals here. In other words, things you can do on t’interweb to 1) make yourself stand out to potential employers when they come across your name among thousands and 2)… Read More Time for online
This is a journalistic think piece that I wrote recently for university regarding the current state of investigative journalism. I hope this can give some new ideas to anyone interested in the topic. All views are my own.
My course have for two weeks now been running the wnol.info website, as part of our FJP group project for third year. We’ve been split into two groups and we have to go live for a week every fortnight. My group are coming up to our last day of our first week, so I wanted… Read More Final Journalism Project
Ladies and gentlemen, I am very pleased to present to you the new and improved Smoke Magazine for the University of Westminster’s Student Union!
There will always be speculation when a literary masterpiece is translated into a full West End Show for the first time. When the literature in question is Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, I think it’s only natural to be skeptical for the sake of its legacy. I entered the Vaudeville Theatre as a latecomer, therefore missing… Read More Great Expectations