Natalia Carter, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Natalia Carter
Comment Editor 2018-19 | English Student

The Value of Student Journalism

Redbrick discuss the value of student journalism, why it is important, and what it means to the individuals who take part

Posted on 29th March 2019

International Women’s Day: Redbrick’s Women of the Future

Our female editors discuss the women ready to take over the world this International Women's Day

Posted on 8th March 2019

First Vale Fest Charity Announced

The University of Birmingham’s student-run festival, ValeFest, has announced that the first charity to be involved in this year’s event is St Basils

Posted on 8th March 2019

Unconditional Offers Could Breach Trading Regulations due to ‘Psychological Pressure’

Universities have been warned against ‘pressure selling’ to applicants, in light of increases in unconditional offers being given to students

Posted on 6th March 2019

The Dark Side of Brumfess

Comment Editor Natalia Carter explores the problematic side of University confession pages

Posted on 18th February 2019

New Partnership Signed Between UoB and Trinity College Dublin

Comment Editor Natalia Carter reports on the new partnership between UoB and Trinity College Dublin which went ahead despite Brexit concerns

Posted on 15th February 2019

Recipe: Creamy Vegan Risotto

Comment Editor Natalia Carter dishes up a nifty recipe for a vegan risotto

Posted on 11th February 2019

Review: Blue/ Orange at the REP

Natalia Carter reviews 'Blue/Orange', a moving and eye-opening play about mental health and institutionalised racism

Posted on 8th February 2019

Bang Out of Order

We must adapt our use of fireworks to be more considerate to our surrounding environment, argues Comment Editor Natalia Carter

Posted on 3rd December 2018

Spooktacular Halloween Series

Redbrick TV writers carefully select their top spooky, scary and simply unsettling shows for you to make your way through this Halloween

Posted on 25th November 2018

Moral Loopholes of YouTube

Comment editor Nataila Carter explores the moral ambiguity of Youtube, and how over exposure to stranger's lives can negatively impact our own

Posted on 3rd October 2018

Are Football Fans Deserving of a ‘Hooligan’ Reputation?

Kat Smith and Natalia Carter discuss whether England's 2018 World Cup successes have enabled fans to celebrate together, or simply turn into hooligans.

Posted on 27th July 2018