Jennifer Langman

Co-Editor in Chief

Jennifer Langman
Birmingham University

Birmingham student life, breaking student news, protest action, campus culture, sustainability, travel, social media trends.

  • Jennifer Langman is Co-Editor in Chief at The Tab Birmingham, in which she oversees a team of editors and writers
  • Jennifer is passionate about covering breaking news in Birmingham as well as writing in-depth feature articles, giving a voice to student stories
  • She also has an interest in photojournalism and documentary film as a means of creative storytelling


Jennifer pursued her interest in journalism throughout her year abroad in Hong Kong. She learnt on the go, producing multimedia stories, navigating a diverse culture and language. She gained a profound understanding of the significance of journalistic integrity.


Jennifer is in her final year as a BA Geography student at the University of Birmingham. She pursues her interest in the areas of geopolitics, development studies, international relations and sustainable resource governance. She recently completed her study abroad in Hong Kong.


The Tab's journalism is brought to you by young reporters who like being first. On university campuses, our writers deliver local news you care about. At The Tab HQ, our experienced journalists write about everything from breaking news to politics to pop culture to TikTok trends to the latest entertainment and celeb gossip. Our aim is to deliver sharp, original, and agenda-setting journalism to young people. All our stories are fact checked and sources verified. Further information on our editorial policies and processes can be found here.


University of Birmingham to implement new mandatory uniform next academic year

This will make UoB the first UK university to have a uniform

University of Birmingham Main Library defaced with orange paint by Just Stop Oil protest

Harrison Donnelly used buckets of paint and spray cans during the protest at around 1.30pm today

Birmingham UCU calls off planned strike action for the first week of term

All scheduled teaching events and activities are expected to go ahead as planned

The Tab Birmingham is recruiting new writers – and we want you!

Come to our meeting on Friday 29th September at 5pm!

University of Birmingham has ranked 22nd in The Times Good University Guide

The uni dropped two places from last year’s league table