Ciara Cohen-Ennis

Ciara Cohen-Ennis is a second year English and Drama student at the University of Birmingham. She loves music, writing and travel.

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After uni: What to do if you don’t know what to do

With third-year students getting closer and closer to leaving university, that nagging question keeps cropping up: "what are you going to do when you graduate?"

Birmingham students brave poor diet and worse hygiene to camp out in university library for charity for a week and counting

Three students from Birmingham have set up permanent camp in the university's library to raise money and awareness for Nightline.

Student City guide: Birmingham

What’s the big draw?

Birmingham University agrees to pay all staff the Living Wage

The University of Birmingham has announced that staff will now all be paid the Living Wage.

Jokke Sommer BASE jumping from a plane Bangkok

Missing the Winter Olympics? Five of the best extreme sports societies

Now that the Winter Olympics has come to a close, it may have left some students inspired to try out some extreme sports at their own university. Here are a small number of the extreme sport societies on offer across universities in the UK.

Student City guide: Cardiff

What’s the big draw?

Runners dressed in Father Christmas costumes take part in the annual 5km Santa Dash in Liverpool

It's better to give: A student guide to secret Santa

Secret Santa is the best way for friends to give each other gifts without busting through the overdraft

Birmingham University campus occupied once more by student activists

A group of student demonstrators have occupied a room in one of the main buildings on the University of Birmingham’s campus, and are calling for “free and democratic education in Birmingham and the UK”.

Male models outside an Abercrombie & Fitch store

It's hard to feel sympathy for Abercrombie & Fitch's falling sales

The costly clothing emporium is branching out into larger sizes, which is rich considering its CEO's controversial opinions on body size

Birmingham University's Guild of Students bans “racist” Halloween outfits

Students wearing Mexican, Native American and Sacha Baron Cohen costumes were all turned away from an event

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Homeless people keep mobile phones

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