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Chloe Desave

Multimedia Journalism Student at Bournemouth University.

Stories by this author

After Treatment

The stories of young women who have been through the cancer process and the fears they have for the future.

BU to be the first campus to have gourmet noodle vending machines

Mr Lee's Noodles are coming to BU in the form of vending machines. Students late night exam cravings will be solved.

Student Journalism: Exclusive Interview with the CEO of Woord

A new platform, Woord, that could change the way we write and read the news. The Rock had a talk with the CEO to explain how it would be different.

Endurance Adventurer Sean Conway is en route around Britain

Sean Conway is in the midst of his Ultra Triathlon where he will be cycling, swimming and running the circumference of Britain.

Charlie Hedges comes to Bournemouth

Kiss FM DJ Charlie Hedges is charging ahead with her UK tour. She recently came to Bournemouth and performed her set at Cameo.

Interview with San Francisco's The Stone Foxes

San Francisco's rock and roll The Stone Foxes come to Bournemouth as a part of their UK tour. We had a chance to interview their drummer and bassist.

New year, new me

The start of January brings hope of turning over a new leaf and reinventing yourself after the large consumption of pigs in blankets and mulled wine that we all stuffed in over Christmas.

An Interview With A Jazz Musician: James Rawlinson

Local based saxophone played, James Rawlinson talks about his music career and his future.

alt-J at the BIC

Alt-J played at the BIC on Tuesday night. Here's our review.

Dorset Parade for the Planet

Dorset Parade of the Planet brought nearly 400 people to the Pier Approach on Saturday to raise awareness on the issue of climate change.

Gabriel Rios is coming to Bournemouth

Gabriel Rios is coming to Bournemouth for his first time supporting The Staves on their UK tour.

Volunteers wanted to help deliver books to Poole's older residents

Housebound Poole residents have the opportunity to receive library books delivered to their door for free, through the Royal Voluntary Service.