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Young Love: Forever and Always?

Young Love: Forever and Always?

As young marriages have become less common, the stigma attached to them is becoming more common ground. Imi Byers looks at whether relationships formed while you’re young can last the test of time. Edited by Natalie Whitmore Relationships can be…
BU students help The Boat Club net new members

BU students help The Boat Club net new members

A group of second-year Bournemouth University Events Management students hosted an event for The Boat Club yesterday to entice new members to join. Setting sail from Parkstone Harbour at 10am, the Boat Club’s fleet of six boats (all named after…
Midweek Munch: The ‘V’ Word

Midweek Munch: The ‘V’ Word

As a Midweek Munch Special, in order to celebrate National Vegan Week and spread awareness of this increasingly popular lifestyle, Jake Ross tells Nerve what it really means for him to be vegan… Edited by Imi Byers The idea of…
Students: How the EU referendum affects you

Students: How the EU referendum affects you

With the UK’s EU referendum soon approaching, it’s important for students to know how our vote could directly impact on our lives. Charlotte Callear tells how a ‘brexit’ will affect our futures. Edited by Natalie Whitmore The UK’s national student…
Have You Got The Digi-itch?

Have You Got The Digi-itch?

In this digital day-and-age it’s no surprise that we’re a little addicted to our gadgets, but when does our addictions go to far? And have we already reached that point? Imi Byers finds out what you can do to fight…
Your Valentine’s Day Prayers Answered

Your Valentine’s Day Prayers Answered

Valentine’s Day can leave some of us students in worry: What do I organise? What do I buy? How much will it all cost? Well have no worries! Emma Taylor is here to answer your Valentine’s prayers. Let Cupid handle…
The Reality of our Obsession with Reality TV

The Reality of our Obsession with Reality TV

We’re all familiar with reality television; and whether a small guilty pleasure or not, reality TV has capitalised widely off our need to peek into other people’s lives and associate ourselves with others. Casey Farr investigates more. Edited Natalie Whitmore…