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Dissertation stress

Dissertation stress

Tuesday 8 May 2018Student Journalists

If you’re a finalist at university, you’ll now be finding yourself in some of the most important weeks of your degree. The dissertation is due, there might be looming exams you should be revising for, there’s a chance you’re still meant to somehow be going to your seminars … the list of pressures just goes on and on. Time is running away from you and a moment spent not working feels like a heinous waste of time. It’s absolutely no surprise that final year students are stressed.

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My experience with disability at university

My experience with disability at university

Friday 27 April 2018Student Journalists

Starting university is a huge life adjustment for everyone. It’s daunting to start a whole new life in a strange place. Hopefully, by the end of your first year, you’ll be able to look back and be proud of how far you’ve come, your new-found independence and friends. Of course, that’s easier said than done. Even more so when you have disability.

Starting university is a huge life adjustment for everyone. It’s daunting to start a whole new life...

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Student housing: a look beyond private renting

Student housing: a look beyond private renting

Thursday 19 April 2018Student Journalists

In the private sector, for most students the routine of the terrible housing situation in this country is the same. There’s the frantic search for a house, the battle to get a deposit down before your competitors, the demand for hundreds of pounds in fees by your letting agent, and then – far too predictably – a year or more of being neglected by your landlord.

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Four podcasts for the perfect study break

Four podcasts for the perfect study break

Tuesday 10 April 2018Student Journalists

Deadline season is approaching and no matter your year of study or skills at organisation, you’re surely overwhelmed by essays, reading, coursework and practical’s. No matter how pushed for time you are though, everyone has to have a break. If you want to keep your brain engaged and those intellectual faculties turned on, a podcast can be the perfect way to spend your study breaks. Listen in bed, on the way to university, or whilst you’re wandering around a supermarket. Here are four suggestions to get you started.

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How to do Summer for the student budget.

How to do Summer for the student budget.

Tuesday 10 April 2018Student Journalists

With Easter behind us and the clocks moving forward, we’re being forced to confront the fact that summer is now in the tangible future – whether the weather seems to agree with that or not. And though this may seem like a delightful prospect, it can also bring with it a slight sense of panic. Just how are you going to fill all those lovely, but long, months of the university summer break? Here are four suggestions to fill your summer holidays, whatever your budget or interests.

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