National Fish and Chip Day

What a great day it is all around. The last day of exams (finally!), it’s Friday and it’s a National Day we can all get on board with – National Fish and Chip Day. As if we really needed an excuse for a Friday night takeaway. Fish and chips have always been, and always will […]

New on Netflix…June 2017

Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson 1 June It’s the surname we all know, but how much truth do we know behind Robert Kardashian’s involvement in the infamous OJ Simpson murder case? The show will document what happened to OJ Simpson’s overnight bag – including contents that are still unknown to this day – […]

Social Media and Mental Health

New survey results have rated Instagram as the worst social media platform when it comes to affecting young people’s mental health – according to The Royal Society for Public Health. A poll of 1,479 people aged 14-24 were asked to rate which of the five most popular social media platforms they felt had the most […]

TRNSMT: Not to be missed

It’s two months (eek!) until TRNSMT will be bouncing into Glasgow Green – hopefully bringing the sun along for the ride. Taking place from 7-9 July the new weekend festival, taking place from T in the Park, already has some stellar performers over the three stages. 🌞🎤🎉🎶 Come with us on a journey around the […]

Festival Lights Out

As sexual assaults at music festivals become more common, many leading events set to take place this summer have blacked out their websites as part of a new initiative. More than 25 festival websites will be blacked out for 24 hours today (8 May) to raise awareness of sexual assaults. The Association of Independent Festivals […]

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 […]

Easter Holiday Ideas

Easter is the perfect excuse to eat loads of chocolate and switch off from work or studying over the bank holiday.🐰🍪🎉 Stuck for ideas on what you can get up to this Easter Weekend? Follow us down the rabbit hole and discover the fun you can have over the long weekend. City Break Go all […]

InterRailing is overrated – here’s how to travel Europe

Every student should know exactly what InterRailing is but, if you don’t, it’s essentially travelling around countries in Europe with a train ticket. Lots of people will tell you that inter-railing is the best and cheapest way to see more of the world as a student – but that’s just not true. InterRailing tickets can […]

8 things nobody tells you about moving into a student house

You’re nearly finished first year of university and soon you’ll be moving out of halls and home again for the summer; but before that you have to sort out where to live next year. Most people leave halls and move into a student house or flat with some of the friends they made in first […]