"I thought I might struggle making new friends at uni, but this was no problem as I got on with my flat mates straight away. I was very excited for a new start and fed up with staying at home due to the pandemic, and luckily the positive power of
Support author and Marjon alumnus, Ian Whybrow, in his charity fundraiser ‘Poetry With Legs’. Ian has written a poem a day for a year for Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, a charity providing prostheses for amputee children in India and Africa.
"Going to university was never something I had considered I could do. I didn't 'shine' academically speaking. It wasn't until eight years into my job in childcare that I began to want more from life. From there, I decided that I wanted to become a
Support author of over 100 children’s books and Marjon alumnus, Ian Whybrow, in his charity fundraiser ‘Poetry With Legs’. Ian has spent a year writing a poem a day, raising money for Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, which is a charity that
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“I was very apprehensive to go to university again. Before Marjon I’d been at another university and it was a bad experience, leaving me feeling very shy and unconfident. I am so glad I took the leap to come to Marjon. From my first visit I felt
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#WeAreMarjon ⚽ “It’s an unusual situation to be in. I get paid to watch football. I’m always professional about it but sometimes it doesn’t feel like work. I’m lucky. I’ve been interested in sport for as long as I can remember. It’s