My time at Hull set me up with so many transferable skills, not only within the Biology course itself but with the societies I joined. My first bits of experience all came from doing a few videos with Torch TV. I was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome within my first year at Hull and the pastoral care I received really has set me up for life in understanding my limits and how to create a good work-life balance. It also helps me as a journalist finding stories. Whenever I go to a new newsroom or company, I want to go with a new story idea to impress them and show them I am job-worthy material. Thanks to the Biology course, I know how to find the latest research and pitch these to editors.