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Hannah Badger

BSc Human Biology  | 1st year | Portadown, Northern Ireland

I’m a 20-year-old Human Biology student, commuting to Queens on a daily basis. Never known to turn down a chai latte or slice of cake. Admirer of art and theatre enthusiast. On the side I’m an amateur crafter hoping to progress to greater things. Hope you enjoy my blog posts!

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Open Day: Top tips from real students

Hannah Badger, BSc (Hons) Human Biology | 3 September, 2018

Queen’s students offer their advice on what to see and who to talk to.

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Top spots on campus not to miss on open day

Hannah Badger, BSc (Hons) Human Biology | 23 August, 2018

Here are some of my top (and sometimes quirky) spots I think you should check out around campus.


5 Places in Ireland to Visit from Belfast

Hannah Badger, BSc (Hons) Human Biology | 6 July, 2018

Summer is here (hurrah!) so there’s never been a better time to get out there and explore what’s on your doorstep. Here are a few places North and South of the border that I think are worth a visit this summer…

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Steps to running a Development Week Event

Hannah Badger, BSc (Hons) Human Biology | 21 June, 2018

Fancy staging an on-campus event to inspire your fellow students? Read on.

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A typical week for a 1st year Biomedical science/Human Biology student*

Hannah Badger, BSc (Hons) Human Biology | 23 March, 2018

Hannah is here to give you the inside track on Biomedical Science and Human Biology at Queen's...

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A guide to living with your parents while at Queen’s

Hannah Badger, BSc (Hons) Human Biology | 23 March, 2018

It’s not as bad as you think (and you’ll be guaranteed free food!).