New edition of Overtime magazine
All three year groups on both degree courses collaborated over the course of a week to publish stories on their website, www.overtimeonline.co.uk, and produce the magazine, which was edited by third-year journalism student Jamie Edkins and third-year sport journalism student Sam Smith.
The magazine includes 21 pages of current affairs, entertainment news, health and sport, with a pullout section on the rise of YouTube sports stars.
For the lead story, a reporting team made up of second-year students Harrison Kirby, Katrin Johannessen, Rath Ganeshalingam and Sam Victory interviewed 120 students on four University of Brighton campuses to find out how they intended to vote – with a very clear result.
Read all about it in our digital edition or pick up a copy at any Students’ Union office on our campuses.
Sam said: “I was very happy with my first attempt at editing the sports pages of Overtime magazine.
“This edition features the widest variety of sports ever included. There are high-profile interviewees, and it was a particularly beneficial opportunity to hone all the skills I’ve learned across the three years at the university.”