Splash Sunday – 17/09
Tears, tantrums and typos: What I learnt in a year as a student editor
The eagle-eyed copy editors among you will have noticed that this is actually a Monday special.. (I blame MailChimp).
But what better way to start the week than with a round-up of the best of student media? From academic anxiety and back-to-uni bucket lists, to campus controversy and difficult debates, catch up on your SPA ABCs before lectures start.
Happy Freshers’ Week!
Its a great way of making the campus come alive and highlighting unknown parts of university life
It’s only week one and the controversy stories have already begun – don’t pretend you haven’t missed them! Exeposé have covered this issue in a balanced and in-depth article.
According to Sir Bernard Ingham, Thatcher’s spin doctor for 11 years, the answer is yes. This interview by Joel Nelson is as timely as it is fascinating.
Kirstie O’Mahony’s article is bound to lead to heated debates amoung the Mancuinion’s readers.
I loved this piece by Imogen Allen, and as a fellow worrier this sentence particularly stood out to me. University is a rollercoaster, from beginning to end, and feelings of stress, nerves, or fear don’t disappear once you leave first year.
This revealing interview claims that the story was false and, to an extent, a fabrication. Its an example of student journalism getting to the bottom of a story by virtue of it being on their patch.
And, for balance, here is the other side of the same story.