Deaf students are not asking for any special treatment and they have never done so, they are simply asking for the Government support they need to achieve.
Emily is a LLB Law graduate from The University of York. She is passionate about travelling, social justice and volunteering. Emily has helped set up a legal clinic in Spain, managed a charity, delivered a talk at Oxford Union and published a support booklet for children whose parents separate.
Speaking as a child of divorced parents, I am thankful that my parents were granted a divorce
07/08/2018 09:03 BST
Any mental health problem can affect anyone of any age regardless of their personality or how they appear on the outside
10/07/2018 10:53 BST
In 2014, I published a support booklet for children whose parents are separating with a charity called FixersUK. This booklet
27/11/2017 17:17 GMT
During the first six months of this year, I was depressed and it felt like the world was crashing in on me. My friend had passed away at the prime of their life, one of my relatives was undergoing tests to see if they had cancer, both of my cats had died and I had significant academic pressure as I was in the last year of university as well as growing uncertainty about the future. This period of my life was a complete blur and it still is.
10/10/2017 11:42 BST
There will be a time when the tensions will be played out but until that time, I will keep speaking out against human rights whilst still maintaining my passion for adventures. We should raise our children to be Otto Warmbier's rather than Trumps/Kim Jong-un's.
27/09/2017 11:53 BST
For a long time, I have struggled with my hearing but never mentioned it because it doesn't bother me in the slightest. After returning from Hong Kong last year, I realised it was about time I did something about it.
15/09/2017 10:25 BST
I have worked at McDonalds in total for a period of five years and it was, without a doubt, one of the hardest jobs I've had in retail/customer services.
06/09/2017 12:19 BST
Heather, I'm paying attention and I am outraged.
14/08/2017 14:48 BST
The best thing about being young is the fact that we have so many opportunities to look forward to. When I graduate, there are so many things I can't wait to do from moving to London to hiking the Grand Canyon. My best years are still to come and I plan on embracing life in any way I can.
28/11/2016 10:47 GMT
One thing I've learnt from my parents' divorce is that no one is perfect. We all have our flaws, grave mistakes and our positives. One of my favourite quotes is 'We accept the love we think we deserve'. When you have been raised on criticism, abuse and threats, it's only a matter of time before you start to think it's true.
17/10/2016 11:58 BST
The enormity of divorce scares me to the core every time. Every time I meet someone who is lonely after divorce, or speaks about the effects of divorce or even see it on a soap opera, the challenges divorce presents shocks every time.
08/09/2016 12:14 BST
I've been home nearly two months after living in Hong Kong for ten months. Whilst I'm glad to be home, I can't wait until I graduate so I can experience more of the world but I'm over the shock of being home.
01/08/2016 13:07 BST
Dear Me... You have no idea how different your life will be in ten years time. Your life has not even begun yet. Everything you are worrying about now will be insignificant one day.
05/07/2016 16:22 BST
I'm turning twenty-three soon and I don't know what I am going to do when I graduate next year. I'm not going to make any immediate plans but see how life takes its course. To me, that's the beauty of life. I intend to soak up every moment because who knows how much time we each have left?
03/05/2016 12:45 BST
A maintenance grant provided me with hope and confidence that I did belong at university. Without the grant, I would never have entertained the prospective of university. This government seems hell bent on severely restricting the options of minority groups and reinforcing the stereotype that only the privilege should attend university.
02/02/2016 17:19 GMT
9th April 2012 was the day my parents decided to separate. The date of their separation will always stay with me as my life rapidly changed after. Decisions such as 'What shall we have for dinner tonight?' suddenly changed to decisions concerning whether me and my sisters will still be able to live together...
19/01/2016 09:50 GMT
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