Source loves… Gogglebox

Last year, television as we knew it changed forever. No, it wasn’t some edgy new gameshow, daring documentary series or clever comedy that caught our eye. It wasn’t Rylan’s teeth, a new law banning reality telly or even Joey Essex’s questionable intellect. It was Gogglebox. Channel 4 had already wowed us with their brilliant ‘fly […]

Valentine’s Day Survival

Valentine’s Day. For both single people and those in relationships, it brings about a range of stresses – what do I buy, where do I go and how do I act? Well this is a list of things not to do this Valentine’s Day to try and help you get through the day, no matter […]

Why you should… Join a Club at University

Going to uni isn’t all about writing essays and taking advantage of the union’s student-friendly prices. It’s about finding out who you are, making friends for life, and gaining skills that enable you to excel after graduating – and the hundreds of clubs and societies available at your university will do exactly this.  With the […]

Source predicts The BRITs 2014

Rejoice, Source readers, because awards season is HERE! It all kicked off last week with the BAFTA shortlist announcement, closely followed by the noms for our absolute favourite ceremony of the year – the BRITs. While the ceremony isn’t quite as rock ‘n’ roll as it was back in the day, with Spice Girl Mel […]

TOP 5: bizarre dates in January

Forget the January blues – after discovering that this month offers some super fun celebrations of things which are completely and utterly bizarre, we’re feeling better already! So ignore the cold weather, take a break from studying and get these five dates in your diaries… Peculiar People Day – 10 January If you’ve got a […]

How to… Keep New Year’s Resolutions

The time of year where we make promises to ourselves has arrived. And no doubt, even though it’s only the first week of January, many of us are struggling to follow through with our pledge. Keeping New Year’s resolutions can be hard, no matter how simple a target you set yourself. So whether you’ve sworn […]

Beating post-Christmas depression

Today is the day everyone dreads. It’s the day the Christmas decorations come down and we all return to the library to complete assessments and revise for exams. Yep, it’s 6 January, and Christmas is well and truly over – and according to the papers, today is the most depressing day of the year. After […]

TOP 5: Christmas Movies

It’s that time of year again. Now is the time for shopping, embarrassing jumpers, mince pies, family dinners, putting up Christmas decorations and of course, watching festive films. Christmas is the only time of year when you can embrace your inner child so here’s a list of Yuletide-appropriate movies which can be enjoyed by both […]

Source Loves… The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games wowed the world back in 2008 when the first book was released. Set in a post-apocalyptic world where teenagers are forced to fight each other to the death, it wasn’t long until this gripping story found fame across the globe. Fast forward five years, and not only has there been two more […]