While the University of Bristol has offered generous financial incentives to prospective students, current students have been left by the wayside despite shouldering the brunt of university during the pandemic.
One of my favourite childhood memories is visiting the penguins in Bristol Zoo with my grandparents. However, recently a few friends of mine visited the zoo and found the experience to be nothing like it used to be as a child.
On 19 July, nightclubs opened their doors to young people for the first time since March 2020. This was a night that for most students, having been denied the proper university experience for over a year due, felt long overdue.
The 28th Summer Olympics began last week with an understated but charming opening ceremony, fully encompassing a vision of universal equality, compassion and accord. But beyond Japan’s tracks, fields and pools it is hypocrisy and prejudice, not athletes, vying for gold.