In this episode of The Print Podcast, Editor-in-Chief of The Print Kerry Maxwell sits down with Becca Billis, Daniele Accurso and Liam Pape to discuss three articles from issue 27.
Becca Billis: The Plastic Problem
Daniele Accurso: Jodie Whittaker as Doctor Who
Liam Pape: QMSU's Autumn Elections
In light of Queen Mary launching their university challenge applications this week, Kerry nicked some of the questions from the test form and quizzes Daniele and Becca to see if they would be suitable candidates to represent the brightest at QM on TV. Spoiler alert: they weren't.
In this episode of The Print Podcast (the podcast of the official student newspaper at Queen Mary), editor-in-chief Millie Pritchard talks to Alex Richardson about the essential technology you need for university and to Liam Pape about Colin Bailey's inaugural lecture.
Read more about the articles discussed here:
Essential tech for university… and what you can probably live without - https://theprintnews.co.uk/2018/10/essential-tech-for-university-and-what-you-can-probably-live-without/
New Principal’s inaugural lecture hijacked by 9/11 conspiracy theorists - https://theprintnews.co.uk/2018/09/new-principals-inaugural-lecture-hijacked-by-9-11-conspiracy-theorists/
Editor-at-Large of The Print Liam Pape interviews President and Principal of Queen Mary University of London Colin Bailey.
Apologise for poor sound quality at times, it was recorded on an iPhone.
Full articles about the topics discussed:
Bursary changes and how they affect you - http://theprintnews.co.uk/2018/04/6927/
The Occupation of The Octagon - http://theprintnews.co.uk/2018/03/why-do-i-occupy/
UCU Strikes - http://theprintnews.co.uk/2018/04/higher-education-as-we-know-it-would-disintegrate/
Online Safety - http://theprintnews.co.uk/2018/02/what-should-we-do-about-qm-confessions/
In this second episode of The Print Podcast, deputy editor of The Print Sophie Mitchell talks with Jamie Gordon about eco-cities and where they can be found, why Gabrielle Agyei thinks printed writing will still exist in the digital age, and how Katherine Butterfield, satire editor for The Print, is so goddamn funny.
In this first episode of The Print Podcast, deputy editor of The Print Sophie Mitchell talks with Kitty Gardiner about the how the Uni Boob Team are increasing breast cancer awareness around Queen Mary campus, the benefits of having a good sleep with Lucy Sofroniou, and how Chloe Baker, an English student at Queen Mary, became interested in a very sciency subject: the 100,000 genome project.