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1 October 2018   - Sarah
My favourite season is almost upon us, autumn! I love the fluffy jumpers, pumpkin spiced lattes and beautiful colours. It’s time to wrap up warm and explore Suffolk’s best autumn walks; perfect for a Saturday afternoon.Christchurch ParkChristchurch ...
25 September 2018   - Sarah
I can’t believe how quickly Fresher’s Week has gone! Now I’m just a couple of hours away from my first lecture of second year. Many of you will be starting your first lectures this week, and you ...
19 September 2018   - Sarah
When you first walk into your uni room, it can look quite bare compared to the room you've grown up in. Your uni room is your little space for you to relax, study, hang out with friends and enjoy yourself, ...
14 September 2018   - Sarah
We all know the stereotype; students only eat pot noodles, party all the time and never exercise. I’d disagree with that, and although it’s easy to get out of an exercise routine and order a takeaway more often ...
13 June 2019   - Katie
Our wonderful graduates have rallied together to provide you with some of their tips for enjoying your graduation day to the max. This lot have been through graduation and come out the other side, and they have some words of ...
6 September 2018   - Sarah
The summer is over, and Freshers' is finally here (exciting!). The Student’s Union recently released the line up for this year, and it looks like it’s going to be a great couple of weeks. Here are just a ...
17 June 2019   - Katie
Mortarboard management, what shoes to wear, what really happens during graduation and most importantly, is there food? Check out the below to find out more about your graduation day. What happens during the ceremony?(Please don't try this at home!)...
15 August 2018   - Sarah
University can be portayed in a number of ways, but there are usually a few stereotypes and myths flying around that need to be busted!Myth 1 - You have to do A Levels to get into uniYou may not realise ...
22 August 2018   - Sophie
Starting university can be very scary - especially for those who have moved away from home, but just as much so for people who live in the town/city of their university.No amount of stories from your friends and ...
3 September 2018   - Sarah
You might not know this, but 6 September 2018 is National Read a Book Day. It's a day to encourage reading - whether that's for relaxing, enjoyment, escapism or for knowledge. I only recently came across this holiday, and although no one ...

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