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 […]
Student Jobs – Can you fit it all 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 Ishigaro: UEA Creative Writing’s most famous graduate
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 […]
Living with Cancer. A UEA student shares her experience.
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, […]
Norwich Gaming Festival: Opportunity for men – and women
Victoria Pertusa enters virtual reality to report from the Norwich Gaming Festival The Festival started in 2014 as a retro gaming arcade and it has rapidly grown into a Gaming event, where […]
Mind Body & Spirit. Exhibition at Norwich forum focuses on getting it all together
UEA Journalism students go to to’Mind, Body and Spirit’ at Norwich Forum, in search of instant karma.
Vintage Fashion – and a new magazine
Journalism students from UEA report on Norwich Vintage Fashion week – and the launch of a new magazine devoted to the topic.
UEA development branded “thuggish” by Ian McEwan
Distinguished UEA alumni Ian McEwan and Andrew Motion have attacked the University, which has an international reputation for environmentalism, for seeking to build a car park and rugby pitch on wildflower meadows. […]
Fish, Chips… and Beer at new Norwich festival
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Norwich – through the lens of History
UEA Journalism Intern, and former student, Chun Li (Andy), reflected on the past of his adopted city.