Holly Lambert

Co Editor-in-Chief

Holly Lambert
Bristol University

Bristol University, student lifestyle, protests and petitions, campus culture, student achievements, journalism, social media trends, politics

  • Holly Lambert is the co Editor-in-Cheif for The Bristol Tab, who joined in September of 2023
  • Holly has written a range of articles that cover student life, but has a particular interest for news, covering a range of stories on campus
  • In her free time Holly enjoys reading, travelling, as well as having an interest in music, attending many festivals and concerts


Holly joined The Bristol Tab in 2023, and progressed to be co Editor-in-Chief in April of 2024. She hopes to grow and work toward a future career in journalism.


Holly is a second year English literature student at the University of Bristol, writing a variety of news, guides and features articles alongside her studies as an aspiring journalist


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Pro-Palestine encampment in Royal Fort Gardens ends after after two month protest

‘Be assured that our decision to end the encampment comes from a place of centring Palestinians above anything else, it is not a sign of weakness’

Images released of wanted man after suitcases of human remains found on Suspension Bridge

A woman who unknowingly helped the man move the cases asked ‘What’s in them? Bodies?’

Manhunt underway after two suitcases with human remains found on Clifton Suspension Bridge

Police received reports of a man’s suspicious behaviour last night

Bristol University student becomes a Green Party candidate for up coming general election

James Nelson is hoping to win a seat in Bristol on July 4th

Filming crew on Bristol Uni campus to shoot new thriller series

‘Down Cemetery Road’ will feature both the university gym and ASS library concealed as a police station

Bristol student hospitalised after ‘hellish’ Singapore Airlines flight which killed one

Mia Stevenson was injured after being thrown into the ceiling mid flight

PETA activists confront Bristol Uni’s vice chancellor in New York about forced swim tests

The activists protest that ‘not one animal leaves the laboratory alive’ after the experiment is over

Bristol University student makes Miss England final promoting women in STEM

Jess wants to ‘show younger generations of women that actually it is attainable to do physics’ as a career which is currently male-dominated

Bristol University students camp in Royal Fort Gardens in solidarity with Palestine

The students are continuing to lobby the university to cut ties with Arms companies amid the conflict in Palestine

Senate House fifth floor reopens as Bristol SU offices, taking over student study space

The movement of student support services means the loss of popular study seats

Extinction Rebellion Bristol occupy Wills Memorial Building entrance in pro-Palestine protest

The group argued the university’s partnerships make it ‘complicit to the genocide in Palestine’

Barrister accuses Bristol Uni of ‘unlawful discrimination’ for revoking guest speaker invite

The university thought her ‘gender critical’ opinions would cause a disturbance with her presence

Bristol Uni students pen open letter to boycott the new attendance app

The app is ‘another example of uni complicity in apartheid and genocide of Palestinian people’

Bristol University student graduates after losing both parents to cancer

Mollie Chapman said her parents would be ‘insanely proud’ of her

Eight things Bristol students should give up for Lent this year to maximise this term

We all have our vices, and its time to put them to a stop

Here’s how to make the most of term two, if first term didn’t live up to expectations

If your TB1 was a write off, we’re here to help you make a comeback as summer approaches

Bristol Uni announces big changes to term dates for the 2024/25 academic year

The term dates have been changed to create less stress around assessment periods

Bristol Tab wrapped: These are the top news stories from every month of 2023

Take a look back on the year remembering everything from the good, the bad, and the ugly

Bristol Uni students pen open letter to vice-chancellor protesting links to arms companies

They are calling for the university to cut ties with companies supplying arms to Israel amid the conflict with Palestine

‘It can’t be that expensive, can it?’ Expectations vs reality of Bristol University

All potential Bristol students should come prepared for a reality check

‘We can’t put on our shows’: Students petition against Senate fifth floor closure

44 societies will be at a loss from the closure as well as 170 study spaces

Senate House fifth-floor study space set to close later this year

The Students’ Union will be moving its student support services onto the floor

11 student-friendly spots in Bristol for a first date, to help secure a second

If you’re fed up of one-night flings and the morning walk of shame, ditch the club and try one of these spots to spark love instead

Seven unique Bristol-themed costumes that will make you the best dressed this Halloween

To help you stand out from the hundreds of angels, cowboys, Barbies and Kens this year

Bristol Uni student leads England U21 netball team to European gold in first capped games

The second-year physiological science student trains six days a week on top of her studies