The week’s best to 24 March

Our top student bloggers are continuing to delight and please – and they’re even competing with themselves (as well as with each other) by publishing multiple posts in a range of styles and formats each week. Our leading bloggers are more than writers: they’re publishers.

The week’s best to 17 March

Each week, this contest demonstrates creative approaches to building connections and conversations. It’s public relations in action – and I’m very proud to highlight these examples – including two newcomers and two vlogs this week.

The week’s best to 10 March

I never know what to expect from week to week – and have been consistently surprised by the quality and creativity of our student bloggers. This week’s subjects range from careers advice through controversial campaigns to self-help and some new faces join our regulars.

Adjusting to student life

Melissa Bean admits she had a rocky start to university life. She explores what helped others settle in to a new environment and make new friends.

The week’s best to 3 March

Work experience, social media, ethics, diversity and writing. Our featured students lead rich and interesting lives, and I’m grateful they’re keen to share their experiences. Others have missed out. Marcel Klebba is not included for the first time, not for any diminution of quality or originality, but just so I can fit in others and keep the selection varied and interesting.