Political reporter. Founder of the Morning Memo and the Student Journals. Young Journalist of the year (MWA 2011).
Awkward moments captured at Camp David as world leaders watch Chelsea overcome Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
Following on from our successful conference, Grapevine Events are organising an event for young journalists.
Looking for somewhere to catch up on the last US Presidential debate on Foreign Policy? Look no further.
As the first round of the French presidential election begins, TSJ’s Editor, Siraj Datoo, provides a handy primer on the campaign so far.
Roy Hodgson receives criticism after his choice to include players such as Stewart Downing and Andy Carroll.
TSJ Editor-in-Chief Siraj Datoo on the already-infamous film, and why directionless anger is the wrong approach towards combating its falsehoods.
Leila Aboulela, author of novels such as The Translator and Minaret, gives an exclusive interview to TSJ and talks about her latest book, Lyrics Alley, her faith and advice for aspiring authors.
Siraj Datoo, TSJ’s token Red Devil, says the club needs to invest in experience to keep pace with its city rivals.
TSJ Editor Siraj Datoo relays his impressions of the Galaxy S3, and notes its numerous advantages over the iPhone.
Siraj Datoo talks about his favourite memory from TEDxWarwick 2012.
We have a look at opinions on Twitter from London 2012's Opening Ceremony.
One month ago the Commons voted to slash the university education budget and increase tuition fees. TSJ collects comments and opinions from students and graduates with the aim of showing the diversity of opinion.
Siraj Datoo takes a different view to Jordan Bishop and questions Nicolas Sarkozy's true reasons behind banning the niqab. Has Sarkozy created a worse situation for the women he wanted to 'protect'?
Not able to attend TEDxWarwick 2013? Our live blog has you covered
Follow our interactive journey as we tweet throughout the day as students from around the country gather to protest against tuition fees and cuts.