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Are the Covid vaccine rumours true?
Covid 19 is something we have heard non-stop over the past year. It’s the biggest story when tu (More)
Speech and Language Therapy placements in the time of Covid-19
This year has been different to say the least. It has been constantly changing due to the change in regulations impacting how our teaching is carried out (More)
Teaching placements in the time of Covid-19
Like all students across the country, my studies have been hugely changed and altered, due to Covid-19. But one of the main setbacks I have faced during my stud (More)
My friends deferred. I didn’t.
Nobody ever said coming to University was easy; but deciding to go to Uni when all your friends at home deferred was a decision I didn’t take lightly. The se (More)
What has it been like to be an intern during a global pandemic?
Making the teas and coffees, picking up everyone’s lunch and doing meaningless errands for your superiors. These are all impressions that the movies give you about b (More)
Bridging the divide between academic and vocational qualifications
Dave Nicholls is a secondary school teacher and deputy head of year at Newquay Tretherras School in Cornwall. He teaches business studies and a number of vocational su (More)
Five things I wish I’d known as a Fresher
Freshers' Festival is a series of events for first-year university students. It is often associated (More)
The only impossible journey is the one you never begin
At the Marjon Staff and Student Awards 2020, final year More)
Black Lives Matter: A movement for today, tomorrow and every single day after that
Writing by Rajni Kaur Davegun. Artwork by Ellie Corben. As a BAME student at Plymouth Marjon University passionate about supporting the Black Lives Matter (More)
Reflections on the Marjon Change Maker project
Way back in the autumn last year I saw an opportunity to apply to be a Marjon Change Maker. Reflecting on the last seven months or so, it has to be one of the be (More)
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