I am sure that I face the same types of problems and concerns millions of students face worldwide. This blog is a place to voice those concerns and a platform on which to discuss these ideas.
I am a nineteen year old English Literature student who is looking forward to moving on to the world of journalism. I am interested in Politics and feel strongly about how decisions made in Parliament without the consultation of students can have such a huge impact on us. There are always two sides to a story but sadly we do not really get the whole picture when it comes to matters regarding people who are not given a clear and loud platform to speak from. We see this in Education as well as Politics.
I enjoy reading, well I love reading but I am also interested in all sorts of things from art (check out my art posts!), movies, games, history, journalism and technology.
This blog was first created to voice my opinions on the fees universities charge and the problems it causes. So the articles related to that topic are the first three I posted, ‘A dilemma’, ‘Ageism’ and ‘What to do about those dreadful fees.’ However, my blog has developed and expanded into much more areas so now I like to write about any topic that interests me, with perhaps some examples of my creative writing thrown in every now and then.
The problems with education are not restricted to merely students but to all adults, young and old. This is because whatever system is in place, it will create the leaders of tomorrow and whether you are a student, parent, uncle, aunt, grandparent, you must want the best for those whom you hold dear. So follow this blog and participate in the fight for a better future as well as a few light hearted moments from the life of A Worried Student.
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