Millie Sansoye

Bleeding, cramps and facial hair: What it’s like living with polycystic ovary syndrome

PCOS = probably cramping or spotty

Bleeding, cramps and facial hair: What it’s like living with polycystic ovary syndrome

PCOS = probably cramping or spotty

An open letter to Piers Morgan, from all women

Without bashing Kim Kardashian, would you even have anything to write about?

An open letter to Piers Morgan, from all women

Without bashing Kim Kardashian, would you even have anything to write about?

An open letter to Donald Trump, from a recovered anorexic

Alicia Machado was ‘Miss Piggy’ and so was I

An open letter to Donald Trump, from a recovered anorexic

Alicia Machado was ‘Miss Piggy’ and so was I

How to get over breaking up with your best friend

We asked an expert

Things you’ll only know if you went to a faith school

Mass is like a Beyonce concert

In defence of being a ‘crazy girl’

If a stereotype is damaging (and this one is) we should embrace it

Debunking the misconceptions around self-harm

We’re not attention-seekers

Giving up sex for two years is the best thing I’ve done for myself

It was also one of the hardest

Giving up sex for two years is the best thing I’ve done for myself

It was also one of the hardest

Doctors told me I had two weeks to live: My battle with anorexia

I thought being skinny would make me happy

25 female entrepreneurs under 25

Throw your hands up at me

I, Too, Am Exeter

Jaz Sansoye on why we need ‘I, Too, Am Exeter’ and the issue of racism.

Exeter: Devon’s Horniest City

Watch porn? If so, it looks like Pornhub has been watching you.

How to be a BNOC

Take her seriously or not, Jaz Sansoye reveals her guide to becoming a celebrity student.

Exeter University Responds to EDL

Exeter University responds to EDL’s remarks about the Arab and Islamic Institute

Going Bananas in Blue

Jaz Sansoye checks out the alternative side to Exeter’s retail sector.

The Great British Bake Off Drinking Game

Because we love a tipple as much as Mary Berry.

Locals Lock Target on “Elitist” Lock-in

Claims that the Princesshay Lock-In is “elitist” has angered students.

Students Get Say on ‘Blurred Lines’ Ban

The Students’ Guild at University of Exeter announces a student vote on whether ‘Blurred Lines’ should be banned or not.

Why ‘Blurred Lines’ Should Be Banned

Jaz Sansoye argues why the Students’ Guild should ban ‘Blurred Lines’

Love Our Locals

Jaz Sansoye on why it’s time to bridge the local-student divide.

Lads on tour

‘Ardent feminist’ Jaz Sansoye finds herself drawn to the world of ‘Lad’ Culture.

Students must not be left in the dark

Jaz Sansoye backs the Guild’s #exetersos campaign.

The Gym: Exeter’s silent killer?

Jaz Sansoye exposes a darker side to that bastion of Exeter living: the gym.

Top Ten Things To Do As A Tee-Totaler

Hate the juice or looking to shift some extra pounds before SSB season? Here’s some tips on how to maintain a stellar social life.