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Grace Dean Author

Editor-in-Chief of the Courier 2019/20, News Editor 2018/19, writer since 2016 and German & Business graduate. I've written for all of our sections, but particularly enjoy writing breaking news and data-based investigative pieces. Best known in the office for making tea and blasting out James Blunt. Twitter: @graceldean

Park View Student Village halfway to completion

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This student village looks well on track to be completed within the foreseeable future....

Modelling industry ravaged by fraudulent contracts

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Grace Dean explains the recent wave of scams hitting the modelling industry....

The best student life hacks

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The myth of the ‘savvy student’ is explained by Grace Dean, along with ideas for stress-free student life...

Future city: Toronto to test Google’s utopian vision

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Grace Dean asks if Toronto really is the city of the future, or just Google’s latest guinea pig....

Jesmond residents apprehensive about student Halloween celebrations

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Take care and be mindful during this week's Halloween celebrations. ...

A quainter side to Newcastle: the joys of Jesmond

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Newcastle is a city infamous for its ceaseless nightlife, the notorious cheap trebles, and the temptation of the Sinners cage can put strain on student-local relations at the best...

The student survival guide to freshers’ flu

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Freshers’ week is regarded by many students as the highlight of their academic career. Meeting new people and being inundated with new names to remember, kick-starting your...

Do our student elections matter?

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Grace Dean addresses last week’s low voter turnout, and whether the NUSU elections can make a difference. ...

Charity cake night in the name of Comic relief

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The Baking and Film societies held a joint charity event to fundraise for Comic Relief. The event, which was held in the Fine Art Lecture Theatre on Thursday 16th March, involved...

The perfect ‘when-you’re-skint’ soup

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Grace Dean has finally perfected the perfect student dinner when you get to the end of term and you can only afford the bare minimum - obviously cheese is a student necessity...