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The Knowledge - Shark Week Article

Not So Jaws: The Significance of Shark Week

For my second article for The Knowledge, I wrote about a topic that I have a very keen interest for the Environment section of the newspaper. 136 more words

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The Knowledge - University Dodgeball

University dodgeball shows upward trend

My first article for The Plymouth University’s Official Student Newspaper, The Knowledge, was focused on the rise of dodgeball in British universities when it’s more known to be a major sport in colleges on the other side of the Atlantic. 121 more words


The Knowledge

Recently, I have begun to write for Plymouth University’s Official student newspaper, The Knowledge, and 2 of my articles have already published since early August. 229 more words


Young Rewired City Stemettes 2014

This time last week we were on a coach back from Plymouth, having spent a week participating in the national ‘Young Rewired State’. It’s a yearly hackathon for children (18 years old and younger) where they hack at centres around the UK for a week and then spend the weekend in one venue, pitching their products – based on coding and open data – to judges and each other, for prizes. 322 more words


The Fatal Flip: How Nerve Cells go from Healthy to Cancerous

Every gene in the human genome has a job to do. One such gene, called Merlin, prevents cells from dividing out of control and forming into tumors. 355 more words



This morning the girls woke up early to get to Mass. Finding a mass time that allowed us to make our train to Plymouth proved difficult. 642 more words