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The Future Journalist Awards have announced that BT Sport broadcaster Matt Smith will be opening the awards event this year.
Stoke-on-Trent MP Ruth Smeeth helped launch the Future Journalist Competition at Staffordshire University today (December 3).
The Future Journalist Awards 2019 were opened to schools and colleges across the Potteries to encourage the next generation of journalists in and around Staffordshire.
A forensic student researching the drug ‘Spice’ has won the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences’ Undergraduate Most Meritorious Student Award 2018.
Being trans is a troublesome gig. The daily struggle of recognition and the prospect of being on medication for life, for example. With February being LGBT+ month, StaffsLive decided to reach out into the community. One person who knows these toils very well is, ‘Lily’.
The Staffordshire Future Journalist competition has been opened to schools and colleges across Staffordshire
Councillor Abi Brown, Chairman of the City of Culture bid, visited Staffordshire University’s Journalism department to launch the annual writing competition.
Speaking in the StaffsLive newsroom, councillor Brown said: “This is a fantastic competition that Staffordshire university host every year to engage young people across the city and across the wider Staffordshire area in developing their writing skills.
University isn’t always irresponsible drinking and napping in lectures. For some students, life is difficult and feel like no-one can help them. The most common problem students face is money. How to budget, what do to if Student Finance is late, how to get by on pennies? The volunteer run charity, Food Hub, supply food for students who cannot afford their own.
Staffordshire University students are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Theresa May’s latest pledge over tuition fees.
May announced there will be an increase in the repayment threshold, which means graduates would start paying back loans when they earned £25,000 instead of the current £21,000.
Children at Staffordshire nursery have told StaffsLive what they love about Christmas.
We asked them if they had been good, what Santa was bringing and, importantly, what he wants to eat.
A select group of Staffordshire sports students have been given an opportunity to swap the rainy weather of Stoke-on-Trent for the sun of Spain as part of a unique agreement between the university’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Barcelona FC.
The agreement allows students from Staffordshire university to visit the giants of Spanish football and look at the behind the scenes of the club. The students will get to meet and talk to the coaching and medical staff, watch training sessions and they will also receive a tour around the Nou Camp.