Jasmine Parker

In defence of young adult fiction

As a young teenager my favourite book was The Hunger Games. I read the first book in three days but managed to stretch the third and final instalment of the series out to a number of weeks because I loved it so much that I didn’t want it to end....
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Posted Apr. 2, 2019

An interview with Warwick graduate Pauline Lord

When most people think of festivals, they think of partying, drinking and loud music. But Also Festival – which takes place in Warwickshire in July every year – has recently been named by The Guardian as one of the Top Five festivals ‘for the mind’. And a Warwick graduate, Pauline...
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Posted Mar. 21, 2019

Maisie Williams comes to Warwick to discuss her new app, Daisie

As an arts student, planning a career is undoubtedly challenging. Whilst all your STEM friends probably have hundreds of LinkedIn connections, a fantastic spring week on their CV, and an incredible job lined up for after university, the world of arts careers is significantly harder to break into. The saying...
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Posted Jan. 27, 2019

“But I thought only girls did ballet?”

My flatmate’s response when I mentioned that I would be writing an article on boys in ballet perfectly demonstrates the stigma that many boys who take ballet lessons experience. While ballet is a much-admired art form, it cannot be denied that the stereotypical image of a ballet dancer is female...
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Posted Dec. 28, 2018

Why arts students love the sciences

As part of our ArtsTech collaboration, we wanted to find out what Science and Arts students love about the other discipline, and why they think the intersection is so important. Read on to find out what aspects of science inspire arts students.
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Posted Dec. 6, 2018