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Students should stop worrying about work

Students and their families are being encouraged to stop getting “too fixated” on finding a job after university by the former head of UCAS, Mary Curnock Cook. Speaking with The Telegraph in her final interview before stepping down as the head of UCAS at the end of this month, Curnock Cook believed that focusing on […]

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The UK’s best social student cities

That time of the year is swiftly coming around again – which university are you going to choose? Obviously, the course and future career prospects are high up on the list – and so is nightlife, who you’re likely to meet and all the other cool/important stuff. Thankfully, the nice guys over at Globehunters have gone […]

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The best study stationery

We wouldn’t be able to study to the fullest if it wasn’t for cool stationery, so it’s a good thing that buying stationery makes us feel productive and on top of things – even if we haven’t actually started studying yet. This week, 24-30 April, marks National Stationery Week, and the 26th is World Stationery Day, so […]

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Student Voters: The Lowdown

As we all dusted off the joys of partying/binge watching Netflix over the bank holiday weekend, Prime Minister Theresa May dragged us back to reality. On Tuesday, Theresa announced a snap general election for 8 June of this year to ensure Brexit is a “success”. Cast your mind back to this time last year where […]

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How to De-stress

In our busy lives, it seems like feeling stressed is the normality. Some of us thrive off a little stress; however, stress for many can be a hindrance, and really affects their daily lives. It’s always good to take a second to clear your mind and de-stress – especially during exam season. And since April […]

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How to De-stress

In our busy lives, it seems like feeling stressed is the normality. Some of us thrive off a little stress; however, stress for many can be a hindrance, and really affects their daily lives. It’s always good to take a second to clear your mind and de-stress – especially during exam season. And since April […]

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The Lowdown: The price of prom

Parents pay an average of £220 on their daughter’s prom, according to Go Compare. For mine, I spent £80. The dress was on sale. I still felt like a princess – just a sensible princess. One who was brought up knowing how to handle her cash. Despite this, I was too embarrassed to tell my […]

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Feed the Mob for Under a Tenner

Student living is like no other. All nighters, party flats with sticky floors and grimy bathrooms, a washing pile that just doesn’t seem to be going down – it disappeared at home? – and mouldy bread. So much mouldy bread. Fed up of having hunger pangs? Never fear, there is a brand new social media […]

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Feed the Mob for Under a Tenner

Student living is like no other. All nighters, party flats with sticky floors and grimy bathrooms, a washing pile that just doesn’t seem to be going down – it disappeared at home? – and mouldy bread. So much mouldy bread. Fed up of having hunger pangs? Never fear, there is a brand new social media […]

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Student lifehacks: how to spend less on food

If you’ve managed to splash most of your student loan already this month, but don’t know what you actually bought, it was probably just food. Have you ever been unable to justify spending that £20 on a new top but had no problem spending just as much on a takeaway or eating out? Of course […]

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REVIEW: Logan

Dir: James Mangold Cert: 15 Release date: 3 March When it was announced that Hugh Jackman was stepping out as Wolverine for the very last time, our hearts broke a little – but Logan is definitely more than worth the devastation. In Logan, we’re fast-forwarded to 2029, and our favourite mutant is now older, craggier, grumpier (if […]