Jemima Sutton

Jemima Sutton
Bristol University

Student life, food and drink, opinions, university news, events, social media, live music, current affairs,

  • Jemima is the news editor at The Bristol Tab, having been part of the team since September 2023
  • Jemima enjoys writing all kinds of pieces, enjoying creating both features and news. She loves keeping on top of breaking student news, as well as writing guides about student life in Bristol
  • In her free time Jemima enjoys reading, baking and going to see live music, as well as being involved in a range of student societies


Jemima joined The Bristol Tab in September 2023, in her second-year of university. After starting off being focused on writing features, she soon began to pick up news stories, and in April 2024 took on the role of news editor


Jemima is a second-year History student at the University of Bristol, taking a particular interest in gender relations and cultural history, especially comparing with current events and politics


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The University of Bristol ranks 15th university in UK for student experience in 2024

StudentCrowd calculated the top 20 universities based on student reviews

University of Bristol rises one place to rank 54th in new world university ranking

The prestigious ranking has placed Bristol in the top 10 of UK universities

Bristol SU Officer Statement in solidarity with Palestine criticises university’s approach

‘We are disappointed by the approach the University of Bristol has taken when speaking about this issue’

Ambitious Bristol University start-ups win a share of £100,000 after exciting competition

Winners came from a wide range of sectors, from live events to seaweed farming

Group of Bristol Uni students protest outside Senate House in solidarity with Palestine

A speaker congratulated the student movement saying, ‘Your voices are louder than their bombs’

New CCTV footage released in search for missing Jack O’Sullivan who disappeared in Bristol

The 23-year-old graduate went missing after a house party in Bristol nearly two months ago

The summer term is upon us, here are our top tips for surviving those long library days

Stop stressing, stock up on snacks and get your ass to work

PETA protest use of ‘cruel’ forced swim test by Bristol University outside Beacon House

The animal rights group called for the university to end the ‘cruel’ test which has been condemned by 400 academics and scientists

With dissertation deadlines looming, here are eight of the best places to cry at Bristol Uni

Term two deadline season calls for a weekly cry scheduled into the google calendar

Bristol University turns down £24,000 donation to end forced swim animal research

The university turned down the offer, saying it would ‘compromise our academic freedom’

How to start running in Bristol: The best routes near campus to help beginners get started

If you can’t beat the running girlies, join them

Bristol Uni part of joint pledge to tackle sexual violence and harassment

‘Today, we are sending a clear message that sexual violence and harassment is simply not acceptable’

‘Say sorry to us, we’re waiting’: Natasha Abrahart’s parents call for apology from Bristol Uni

‘We want [the uni] to read this judgment very carefully and follow its lessons’

Eight New Year’s resolutions every Bristol University student should make in 2024

Don’t fall victim to the sweet treat epidemic in 2024

Is La Rocca really worth that queue? Nine unpopular opinions about Bristol University

It’s time to reconsider that Bristol fleece in your seminar

Seven of the classiest places in Bristol to take your grandparents when they come to visit

Don’t bring your 86-year-old grandad to Fishies

Which meal deal should you get and why, based on your first-year accommodation?

Bristol needs to get a meal deal society asap