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Jade O'Donoghue

Jade will talk your ear off about rowing if you let her. She studied an MA and NCTJ diploma in Journalism at Brunel but her course-taking didn't stop there, having tried a number of different subjects since working here, even magic. Whether you're an expert who wants to share their knowledge, a student who's had a great experience or you just want to say hi, she'd love you to get in touch through our social media pages.

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Kayla Garland – the computer queen

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

Here on the editorial desk, we spend pretty much our entire day on the internet. We use word processing software to write articles, before pasting the words into the back end of the website, which then appear for you to read right here on the page. But how much thought do any...

Daniel Rowe – the accredited legal representative

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

There’s no doubt law is a popular subject for people to study – whether it’s an interest in the legal rights of criminals or a fascination with the intricacies of law within the corporate world, there’s a variety of reasons people go for it. Not to mention the fact that it’s...

Leslie Primo – the art historian

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

Confusion is a familiar feeling to anyone who has visited an art gallery and found themselves wandering from exhibit to exhibit baffled by what they’re viewing, desperately trying to interpret some kind of message or meaning within the frames. While most of us can appreciate...

Cathy Cobbold – the sign language superstar

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

When looking for experts, we always seek out people who work closely within a subject and have an interesting story to tell about how they got there. When Cathy Cobbold, at the start of the interview, mentioned in an offhand way that she woke up deafened one morning, it was...

Robin Vidgeon – the film industry veteran

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

It goes without saying that the film industry is a hard one to break into, and many people hoping to do so take all the advice they possibly can. With this in mind we were under pressure to get someone good as our film expert and since Spielberg was busy, we thought we’d look...

Rochelle Carter – the events management and marketing marvel

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

Often the thought of working in events management conjures up images of hosts sipping champagne and schmoozing VIP guests while enjoying an evening of entertainment and glamour that they've organised. But really, how true is this? Not all events have the same budget and anyone...

Leanne Masi – the unlikely accountant

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

We’re all familiar with the stereotype that accountants are boring. Just the mention of the word brings up images of middle aged men in grey suits and dusty offices surrounded by spreadsheets, calculators and receipts. Yawn. Enter Leanne Masi. With her dip dyed hair and...

Justin Higham – the close up magician

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

For anyone hoping to  get into magic , taking that first step can be a little confusing – how do you get to be one of the initiated? A magician will generally never show you 'how it's done' so how are you meant to learn? This struck me as quite the conundrum when I myself...

Alex Kelly – the communication queen

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

While I pondered with the editorial team how to find some experts to interview in sign language, a voice popped up from the back of the office, ‘Well my mum can speak it.’ Rolling our eyes we got ready to explain to resident salesman, Ed, that what we needed was an expert ....

Simon Wallace – the sports physio

By Jade O'Donoghue 24th March 2016

When someone says the word physio to me I usually get flashbacks to the time I had whiplash and had to sit in my doctor’s surgery being prodded in the neck week after week by a nice lady who reassured me that I definitely would be able to turn to the right again one day with...

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