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24 March 2020   - Sarah
It’s been a strange couple of weeks, hasn’t it? Now that I’ve settled a bit more into the idea of studying from home, I’ve come up with five tips for being productive throughout it all. Keep ...
16 March 2020   - Sarah
The clocks will be going forward soon and that means we can start enjoying some longer days and hopefully warmer weather. We have to make the most of it, the short, cold, winter days are always more difficult. I’m ...
13 March 2020   - Sarah
Have you ever been to Rendlesham Forest? It’s a great place to go to if you want to get out of Ipswich for the day, whether you’re with your kids or with friends. Rendlesham Forest also offers lots ...
11 March 2020   - Sarah
I was out with my boyfriend the other day when I noticed the daffodils out; for me, the first sign of spring. It looked lovely with the blue sky, even though it still felt freezing cold! It reminded me of ...
9 March 2020   - Sarah
International Women’s Day took place on 8 March and it’s a perfect opportunity to take some time to educate ourselves on some of the inspiring women in society today and in history. Here in Suffolk, we have plenty of ...
4 March 2020   - Sarah
I can never seem to study in one place for a long time, whether it’s the library or in my room, I need a change of scenery fairly regularly. Because of this, I’ve found a few good study ...
3 March 2020   - Sarah
For a lot of students, there’s a bit of a commute to university, whether you travel from Colchester, Woodbridge or beyond. There are a few ways that you can use your commute, even if you’re driving, to make ...
2 March 2020   - Sarah
On Saturday 7 March, the University of Suffolk is holding an Applicant Visit Day. If you have applied to study here, you will have received an invite to the event via email. For many of you, you will be beginning to ...
24 February 2020   - Sarah
Anyone who knows me knows I’m really good at procrastinating and getting distracted (I really wish I was good at something else!). But in my time at uni, I’ve picked up some tips to not get distracted. It ...

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