#FridayFive: Five Bits of Advice for Final Year Students

I finished university today. Forever. Four years of university education over with a two hour exam. The exam went pretty well, thanks for asking. Right this second? It doesn’t feel real.…

The UK’s Best PR Student Blogger 2019

A few weeks ago I was named the UK’s Best PR Student Blogger of 2019. You could say it was quite a way to top off my final year of university,…

#FinalYearFear with Annie Newland

Hello and welcome to a new series! Yes, another one. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember I interviewed a lot of students on various placements around this…

#FinalYearFear with Abby Griffiths

Hello and welcome to a new series! Yes, another one. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember I interviewed a lot of students on various placements around this…

#FinalYearFear with Ellie Foster

Hello and welcome to a new series! Yes, another one. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember I interviewed a lot of students on various placements around this…

How to Prepare for Life After Graduation

You’d think after the numerous times of mentioning how stressed I am, that I’m on the verge of a nervous breakdown and constantly fretting about my future that I wouldn’t be…

Three Things My PR Degree Didn’t Teach Me

I’m now almost at the end of my PR degree at Liverpool John Moores University. Where on earth has that time gone? These may have been the quickest four years of…

Fear of the Unknown: What Happens After I Graduate?

You could say my whole life has been leading up to this moment. After 18 years in education, the day I don the cap and gown will be a momentous occasion.…

A Recap of the #AskOrlagh Twitter Chat

In case you missed the Twitter Q&A with me last Tuesday, I thought I’d put some of the main questions here along with my answers plus a little more detail. No…

Is University the Right Choice For You?

At school, I feel like your future is outlined for you. You complete your GCSEs, progress to A Levels and finally go to university. It’s seen as the ‘normal’ thing to…