Cecily Grace Morgan

Why you should document your year abroad

Before I began my year abroad, I had no idea what to expect. Five months later, and I am now about to embark on the second half of my German adventure. I’m a lot more aware of what my next semester in Mannheim will hold.   Most of the advice...
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Posted Mar. 10, 2019

How to make your 2019 cruelty-free

If there’s one trend that hit 2018 harder than the Beast from the East and cropped up in the news more than Meghan Markle, it’s veganism. From Pizza Hut rolling out its vegan cheese nationwide in January to the release of Morrison’s vegan pigs in blankets in December (a true...
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Posted Jan. 26, 2019

BBC’s Dirty Vegan review

"Dirty Vegan is light-hearted entertainment that’s as enjoyable for the veggie-curious as it is for hardcore vegans". Cecily Grace Morgan reviews the BBC's new vegan cooking show.
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Posted Jan. 24, 2019

The shows we want to see return in 2019

As a new year begins, we can look ahead to lots more news shows and old shows returning. But what about the shows that aren't making it back on the box this year? Four of our writers tell us what shows they would like to see return in 2019.
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Posted Jan. 7, 2019

Hall Wars: A complete guide to Warwick’s first year halls

Applying for your first year accommodation can be daunting and stressful, particularly if you haven’t visited the halls you’re applying to. Warwick guarantees on-campus accommodation for most first-years. Of course, you can always check the specific details on the Warwick on-campus accommodation web-pages, but what better way to decide where...
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Posted Aug. 21, 2018

Discovering the treasures of Normandy

Most Francophile tourists may dream of Parisian adventures or sunny Bordeaux beaches, but France is a treasure trove of culture and the holiday hotspots are just the tip of the baguette. A gem that I discovered this year is Normandy. Scarred by war and blessed by miracles, history seeps from...
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Posted Aug. 17, 2018

UCAS sends erroneous email to 4,000 students confirming their acceptance to the University of Newcastle

UCAS (The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) has apologised to thousands of students after sending an erroneous email confirming their acceptance to study at Newcastle University. Sent to over 4,000 students who are yet to receive their A-Level results, the email, which was promoting Fusion Student Housing, stated: “You have...
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Posted Aug. 7, 2018

Why I extinguished my Snapchat streaks

“Wow, you have so many streaks,” a comment that many people would utter upon getting a glimpse of my Snapchat screen. It’s no exaggeration when I say that I had a Snapchat streak with anyone who was willing. I had streaks with all my housemates, my course mates, my sister,...
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Posted Jul. 13, 2018

Revision television

Exam season is in full swing, and if you’re not frantically studying from your textbooks, you feel guilty about not revising. Worry not, two of our former deputy editors at the Boar have chosen their picks of TV shows that help them study for their course, whilst simultaneously acting as...
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Posted May. 24, 2018

Increase in cheating at top universities

The last three years have seen a sharp increase in the number of cheating incidences at top universities, according to figures taken from freedom of information requests by The Guardian. According to these figures, the number of academic misconduct cases at Russell Group universities has risen by 40% between the...
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Posted May. 18, 2018