Victoria Finan

Victoria Finan is a student at the University of East Anglia. She is the Co-Chief Editor of student paper The Norwich Tab. She hopes to form a career in journalism, and is currently on work experience at The Independent.

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The average student is short by a massive £277 each month, survey says

Inadequate student loans leave the average student short by £277 a month, a survey has revealed.

Hull student becomes youngest elected woman in UK history at just 21

Watch out Dick Whittington - Selby’s streets might not be paved with gold, but there’s a new mayor determined to make her fortune there, and she's believed to be the youngest elected woman in UK history.

Want to have more sex at university? Study Philosophy at Brighton, survey suggests

There’s quite obviously something in the seawater at Brighton, as it has been revealed that its students have more sexual partners during their time at university than any others across the country.

Patrick Halpin: Metropolitan Police search for teenage Irish student missing in London

Police are searching for an Irish student who has gone missing in London while on a visit from Dublin.

A brief history of student protest: From 'no women at Cambridge' in 1897 to 'cops off campus' in 2013

Student activists today are standing on the shoulders of giants

The female Asian elephant, pictured here with her mother Rose-Tu at the Oregon Zoo, is at the centre of a custody battle

They're gay, they grieve and they're left-handed: Elephants are just like humans

Elephants are more like humans than you may realise...

University of Birmingham occupation broken up by police

Police and university security in Birmingham have broken up a week-long occupation at the university in an early raid this morning.

Unpaid internships: selling our graduates short

They used to be seen as supplementary to a degree, a little extra perk that one could stick on the CV. Now, they are often seen as mandatory

A model of the Chinese solar-powered lunar rover Jade Rabbit

Chinese and American space agencies butt heads over competing moon landers

Nasa is worried that a new Chinese moon mission will jeopardise one of its major ongoing missions

Women admitted to last single-sex undergraduate Oxford Hall after 116 years

Oxford’s last remaining single-sex hall for undergraduates is preparing to admit female students for the first time in its 116-year history, it has announced.

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