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Another from within Parliament. An article recounting the House of Commons chefs' award-winning success at International Salon Culinaire. (UK's largest culinary catering competition.) The Catering Services department walked away with our heads held high, knowing that we'd beaten caterers from hotels and luxury venues up and down the UK. Written for Facilities Focus magazine - "the newsletter of the Department of Facilities for the House of Commons".
An article for the House of Commons' staff newsletter. All about Catering Services' efforts to lay on food for the Serjeant-at-Arms Parliamentary Security Conference. Written for Facilities Focus magazine - "the newsletter of the Department of Facilities for the House of Commons". Features my account of the first-ever BBQ to take place on the Commons' Terrace!
Could Avengers 2 be coming to Norwich? A Tab Exclusive, and our fourth most-popular story ever! Click through for the actual share count :)
A gay NUS candidate's posters were destroyed in an attack by a fellow student. A Tab exclusive.
We talk about the Kardashians, Wolf Hall... and tampons.
Lucy talks to Duncan Johnson, founder of local Norwich tech start-up Yodelay (and provider of free SEO training courses!)
An SEO piece on "good site design", in partnership with digital marketing site bigfork.co.uk. Originally published on digitalinformationworld.com
Features editor Lucy Morris discovers whips, pinwheels, ankle cuffs... and nerf guns.
An investigative piece for the Tab.
"Silicon Broads"? Coverage of a tech conference with TechCrunch founder and editor Mike Butcher.
Lucy Morris reviews Jason Gorman's keynote speech at NorDevCon 2014
A contentious UKIP event (finally) takes place on campus. The Tab is on the scene.
A clip featuring five UEA first years banging on pots and pans has gone viral on campus.
A sample poster mock-up, that I made as part of my role as a Brand Ambassador for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The poster subtly and humorously warns students of the dangers of not researching the local laws and customs before they travel abroad. (It was also the first time I ever used GIMP.)