Video Game Obsession?! What’s that got to do with the Future of Work?
Aug21

Video Game Obsession?! What’s that got to do with the Future of Work?

By Joe Miao My Video Game Obsession I have a confession to make. I spend a bit of…. well honestly most of my free time playing video games. In fact, probably slightly more time than what’s best for my health. There are many people out there who would see this as a big waste of my time. It isn’t really immediately beneficial for me personally or professionally, and eats up my time being holed up in my room yelling...

Read More
Why Law and PR Go Hand in Hand
Aug18

Why Law and PR Go Hand in Hand

By Camille Maciejowski (Originally posted on N2N Communications’ blog) I often get asked, ‘Why did you study law if you are now working in PR?’ Sure, combining law with media and communications is rather unusual. But you might be surprised to hear this combination is becoming increasingly popular amongst university students for a number of good reasons. What persuaded me to embark on a five-year degree which added a large debt...

Read More
The Changing Journalism Landscape: An Interview With Student Journalist of the Year Finalist, Emily Jane Smith
Aug14

The Changing Journalism Landscape: An Interview With Student Journalist of the Year Finalist, Emily Jane Smith

By Mia Casey Change isn’t coming, it’s here I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again: the career landscape is changing. And this change is becoming increasingly apparent in the Communications, namely Journalism, sector. According to the Department of Employment (2015), the number of people employed as journalists or writers is set to grow to approximately 30,300 by 2020. Yet the growth of employment for such professionals...

Read More
Stress: Is It Really Mind Over Matter?
Aug11

Stress: Is It Really Mind Over Matter?

By Ruby Simmons Transitioning into university can be an extremely stressful time in your life, with 80% of students experiencing psychological stress, and one fifth of these living with a more serious mental health issue.  Each student will experience stress differently, but what health psychologists have found, is that students with high-self efficacy tend to either experience less life stress, or respond to stress with positive...

Read More
Take Control By Being A Lifetime Learner
Aug07

Take Control By Being A Lifetime Learner

By Martyn Shaw (Originally post on Digital Plumbing) I’ve never been someone who takes things for granted. For many reasons I’ve felt like the most fortunate person in the world (meet my beautiful pregnant wife and you’ll soon start to see what I’m talking about). One of the biggest blessings I’ve had has been my journey from starting out as a shy, 21 year old, Yorkshire lad with a degree in Business IT, to somehow stumbling into the...

Read More