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  2. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... We're starting to get into the spirit here at Marjon, as you can see by how quickly we decorated our tree!

  3. “Whilst serving in the Royal Navy, I was badly injured playing rugby for my ship, HMS Illustrious. I tore several ligaments and did serious damage to my knee. Then the plaster caused internal swelling, and I had nerve damage too. Three surgeries

  4. Go behind-the-scenes of Plymouth Live's election hustings earlier this week, with our third-year Journalism students.

  5. This Christmas we're sending ecards instead of paper cards, using Greenvelope who plant a tree for every purchase.

  6. It's polling day, which means if you're registered to vote, now is the time to use your voice and cast your vote at your designated polling station. ✅ You can find your local polling station at the link below! Polling

  7. We are delighted to have appointed eight students as the first ever Marjon Change Makers. Congratulations Aaron, Alex B, Alex W, Georgia, Geraldine, Jack, Joe and Hannah! The students spent an initial training day developing their ideas for

  8. Tomorrow, Marjon welcomes Dr Ken George for Academy Series Lecture, "The rise and fall of the Cornish language." Cornwall has a long and rich history, which is quite separate from England in many ways. It even had its own language, a Celtic language,

  9. Marjon is taking a leading role in tackling food waste! ♻️ FLAVOUR is a European collaboration to find and upscale new ways to value food. The overall goal of the project is to reduce food waste by creating food surplus initiatives, whilst

  10. Our campus tours are for anyone who is thinking of applying to Marjon, or who has made an application, and wants to find out more about the student experience. You can take a tour with a current student at a time that suits you. If you'd like to

  11. "I was hired at a Christian camp, under the Salvation army, in North East Ohio, where the camp was for children aged 6 to 13 mainly, except the third week of my camp where we had a specific Music and Arts week of camp. My role at camp was Counsellor

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