Here, to honour our team members through the ages, we’ve set up a sort of memorial page. After all, where better to have your face immortalised than on the Bedford Bugle!
Without further ado, meet our previous BUGLERS.
Hi there! I’m Christos, your head of the blog, and I have made it my year’s resolution to provide Bedford and UCL overall with the greatest – nay!, the epitome of, student experience. Being responsible for any and all stuff going on at the Bugle, I oversee the work of, coordinate and assist the Bugle team. Though I am a ghost in the machine, this is not the last you’ll see of me. I will be writing articles regularly, mainly revolving around development and psychopathology, psychotherapy and neuroscience.
Hi I’m Jake, your Psychology Society Vice President, and I’ll be ‘supervising’ the blog as well as running the Gaims section – the place to go when you want to revise but don’t want to work! I’m very interested in neuroscience so you might also see some articles on that from me. Hopefully you’ll love reading the blog as much as we’ve loved making it.
Hey guys! My name is Julia, I am in my third year of studying Psychology. My role in the committee is of Year Rep. In a nutshell, I am here to pass what students want and need, in regards to things that they feel may be lacking or want changing, on to the committee, and by extension to the department. I will be collecting information about your views and satisfaction concerning academic/society topics through surveys during the year. My job is to ensure all students are happy with their experience at the Psychology department so please do feel free to speak your minds to me!
Hi, my name is Aleya, and I’m a first year student doing psychology. I will be an article writer and one of the interviewers for the Bugle. I hope to become a researcher or clinical psychologist in the future. My interests include experimental and social psychology, looking after rabbits, playing the guitar and watching a multitude of YouTube videos.
Hi! My name is Eleanor and I am in my second year of studying Psychology and Language Sciences. I’m going to be writing articles and reviews for the Bugle and managing our Facebook page. I’m interested in issues in psychology to do with language, psychopathology, and neurological disorders such as those discussed in Oliver Sack’s books.
Hello, I’m Joe. After a couple of years in the wilderness that is the ‘real world’, I’m now a postgraduate studying Cognitive and Decision Sciences – somehow logically following on from a degree in maths and philosophy. I also work for the New Scientist magazine, and inflict the remainder of my thoughts to our lovely blog. When I am not writing articles or interviewing psychologists for the Bedford Bugle, I’m probably in a book, in a bar, or in bed.
I’m Lauren, a third year psychologist! My role within the bugle will consist mostly of writing articles on my areas of interest. My interests lie in the field of memory (spanning from neural to behavioural research) and I am also concerned with the practical applications of memory research in terms of education and learning in different environments.
Hello I’m Lydia; I’m a first year in psychology. I like singing and sign language and I am way too in to The Great British Bake Off. I’ll be working on surveys to allow you to give your feedback on your time at UCL. I will also be interviewing researchers to find out more about the work they do and life after University.
Hi, I’m Sepi and a first year student at UCL, doing psychology. Within the Bugle team, I hope to be contributing by writing up articles that I hope readers will find engaging. The idea of the Bugle appealed to me as I believe it is a perfect opportunity to investigate further into topics within psychology that stretch outside lecture material, and publish about these on a blog for other students to also appreciate.
Hi! My name is Valentina and I’m a third year student with a knack for writing! I’ll be working hard this year making sure the content we put out for our readers is the cream of the crop in terms of both form and content! When I’m not working on dotting everyone’s “i”s and crossing their “t”s, you can probably find me reading – regardless of whether it’s literature or science. Within Psychology, I’m fascinated by anything that literally plays tricks on my brain, be it social psychology or perceptual illusions.