Lauren has recently finished studying law at the University of East Anglia, and is now looking for work in journalism. You'll find her typing furiously on a laptop in the corner of your local coffee shop.
25 October 2013 04:31 PM
The Sun newspaper will no longer be sold on UEA's campus, after a hotly contested decision made by the Union of the University of East Anglia (UUEA).
09 October 2013 12:52 PM
Ban follows nasty on-campus incidents earlier this year
12 September 2013 12:13 PM
You may have the time of your life, but here's what to do if the first week falls short of expectations
08 July 2013 11:02 AM
After three years of blissful existence at university, Lauren Cope can't quite get her head around the real world
14 March 2013 03:40 PM
University life isn't for everyone. There are all sorts of reasons why people drop out of their courses. Lauren Cope speaks to former students to find out why higher education wasn't right for them
04 January 2013 12:01 PM
My favourite part of the New Year’s holiday is New Year’s Day. The glitz, glamour and extortionate prices of the night before are easily forgotten after 24 hours of laziness, good food and laying in bed looking forward to the upcoming year. It’s traditionally been the last week of slovenliness before we head back to school, sixth form and now university.
16 October 2012 09:33 AM
Previously only populated by the hobbyists, computer scientists and self-taught, the game design industry hasn’t historically offered many routes into its midst. Often, perhaps unfairly, viewed as the dream career for any teenage (or not-so-teenage) boy, the game industry is actually now forging its path to become the country’s most valuable purchased entertainment market. Combined annual software and hardware sales have topped the £4bn mark – more than DVD and music sales combined and a shocking four times more than cinema box office takings.
05 October 2012 11:19 AM
As well as the late nights, later mornings and the free pass to do (almost) everything, university has plenty of potential pitfalls for freshers.
12 September 2012 09:42 AM
Remember what we were bribed with as kids? “Not done your homework?” “Don’t you want to go to university?” “You won’t get a good job if you don’t.” Having been raised in the belief that burying their heads in books would ultimately lead to a great career, graduates of this generation are finding the reality of life post-university bleak.
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