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  2. September 25, 2018 via Twitter
    RT @shoekaty: Brilliant to see “The View” open today to all students and staff. First breakfast meeting over marmalade tomorrow. #CareerGoa…


  3. 15 students are stateside this summer thanks to Marjon's Camp America Bursaries. Jasmine Butler describes the experience so far: "Being here working on a camp has taught me skills that I never thought I would get the chance to. I have made friends

  4. Today is #TimeToTalk Day. Conversations about mental health have the power to change lives. Our ‘tea and talk’ sessions offer a relaxed space in which to talk about #mentalhealth and this week we were joined by Malesallowed. #itsOKnottobeOK

  5. April 17, 2019 via Twitter
    Second year student @kiraJfoster catches us up on the @MarjonSU Women In Leadership Conference. Spoiler alert, it was phenomenal! Thanks @CassiePatten @CharlotteHollo @LucyFindlay @rubyn16 @EmilyFBeaumont @sarahpreedy115 @SStevenson101 &


  6. Olympic gold medallist Giselle Ansley, who spent her formative years training at Marjon, returned this month to Plymouth Marjon Hockey Club. The Great Britain defender helped Team GB to their first women’s Olympic hockey title in Rio. On being

  7. June 12, 2018 via Twitter
    The @MarjonBusiness team will be at @Chamber_Devon's Devon Business Show tomorrow to talk cpd and degree apprenticeships. Say hi on stand 30-31. https://t.co/NQnL63aPax



  8. Honorary graduate for Monday 25 October: Hannah Shead Hannah Shead has been in the addiction field for over 20 years, after graduating in 2000 from Sussex University with a 2:1 BA(Hons) in Sociology. Hannah has been at the helm of Trevi Women since

  9. Congratulations to Harry Woolway on completing a challenge to run 10K every day for 10 consecutive days, raising over £600 for Macmillan Cancer Support. You can still donate here https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/harry-woolway

  10. My biggest challenge during lockdown is trying to keep motivated. There are good times when I get on with my work and other times when I do not feel motivated. I find chatting to family and friends helps me feel positive; as does exercising,

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