Author Archives: Millie Fender

On festive reflection and self-care

Millie Fender urges you to reflect on the little things that make you happy this festive season.

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‘Thatcher vs Miners’- why we need to respect local heritage.

If you’re going to go to university in Durham, you need to respect the all-too-recent history of this incredible city, which is still fresh in the minds and impacting the lives of many of the people around you, without whom your university experience simply couldn’t happen.