Wyrd Norwich (@wyrdnorwich) is a street and found photography Instagram account dedicated to showcasing “all the wyrd & wonderful” art found across Norwich. Founded and curated by Meg Watts, a 21 year-old […]
Broadcast Journalism students at the University of East Anglia have been charting their life during covid. The first-year students kept video diaries after being forced into isolation when some of their flat […]
Students on UEA’s journalism courses have enjoyed considerable success both in and outside of campus, with several pieces of their work being published by local media in recent weeks. Having work published […]
With Covid-19 enforced school closures, the education sector has had to completely change the way they operate. Henry Hunt has been finding out how this has affected those training to become teachers.
For Gemma Bailey-Smith, a rare medical condition means that simple mobility can be difficult and painful. Now, a fund raising campaign by her and her friends means she will soon be able […]
Reporter Mingming Zheng explores the consequences of mental health problems among students. She finds even today, those with such problems are all too often stigmatised unfairly.
100 years since the Suffragettes won votes for some women, Beatrix Houston-Black, Vice President of the UEA Feminist Society, sat down with UEA journalism to discuss the journey of women’s rights in […]
Nowadays, many students need a job to live – and to be able to pay the fees or repay a student loan. But are employers sympathetic to their need for flexible […]
Kazuo Ishiguro, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature, joined the University of East Anglia’s MA in Creative Writing in 1979, graduating the following year. In an anthology compiled for the […]
Being told by doctors that you are suffering from a serious illness is something we all dread. Carina is a 2016-7 Masters student of Broadcast Journalism in the School of Politics, Philosophy, […]