The Inbetween: sharing the parts that usually get left out of success stories

If I told you I have had the privilege of interviewing people like Christyl Johnson, Deputy Director for Technology and Research Investments at NASA and I’m graduating my degree with two years working experience, it sounds impressive. But, you don’t get to see to triumphs, failures, burnouts and determination that got me there.

Anything you can you we can do Beta

There has been much frustration about the way that remote delivery of university subjects has been handled. Whether it be students who are not getting their perceived value out of their subjects, or overworked and underpaid teaching staff, everyone is exhausted. Because of this, how we learn and the methods that we have thought of as necessary to learn have come into question.

How to make your university club last past your graduation

University Societies are an excellent initiative for benefiting the university outcomes for members and executives alike. However, many clubs fail to become bigger than themselves, ultimately disbanding after their passionate founding-members graduate. I am determined to make the Digital Media Society the exception.