Niamh Rowe

Deputy Features Online Editor 3nd year English and Philosophy


'It is vital that we say NO to Farage’s far right': why are the upcoming European elections important?

I spoke to Andrew Adonis, former Minister of State for Education and later for Transport under Labour leadership, as well an academic and journalist. Adonis is a distinguished Remainer and steadfast for another referendum. He is one Labour's MEP candidates running for the South West.
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Meet the students selling t-shirts to fund legal aid for refugees

For the vast majority of us, £10 is an amount we would not think twice about spending on a night in the pub, a ticket for a night out, or an item of clothing, so why not put your next £10 towards an incredibly worthwhile cause?
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Dream big: 7 famous female Bristol Alumni you should know

From the first female cabinet member of Botswana, an actress with multiple Academy Award nominations to the Chief Scientist at the Met Office. Here are some homegrown University of Bristol heroines worth noting this International Women's Day.
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The Talk Show @ Wardrobe ★★★★★

'The quirk of Noel Fielding, the philosophy of an activist and the story-telling abilities of a novelist' - why Rob Auton's talk-poetry is so mesmerising.
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Epigram Features in conversation with Frontline, the grad scheme helping vulnerable children

Frontline is a social work charity committed to transforming the lives of vulnerable children. Catherine Burn investigates the day-to-day of their Leadership Development Programme.
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Should towns be disrobing their gowns?

'No matter how borderless their thinking, universities still remain civic institutions'. Deputy Online Features Editor Niamh Rowe revists the 'town and gown' stereotype, and asks: in modern times, what role should universities play within their local communities?
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Blahblahblah: Bright Young Things @ The Wardrobe Theatre

Niamh Rowe reviews a funny, political and touching evening of up-and-coming spoken word talent.
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