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15 September 2022   - Maya
Fair warning: this will not be a perfected ‘day in the life’ with an extortionate amount of motivation. This is a real example of a casual day in my life as an English Literature and Creative Writing student trying to ...
2 June 2022   - Rose
This year is the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee marking 70 years since she ascended to the throne. To celebrate we have a four day bank holiday weekend, starting June 2nd with events taking place all across the country to celebrate her ...
12 April 2022   - Kate
Emilia, BA(Hons) Dance, Class of 2021Volunteering is something I have been doing for a bit over 5 years now and is something I have found to be an incredibly valuable experience. As someone hoping for a career within the creative ...
12 April 2022   - Kate
Emilia, BA(Hons) Dance, Class of 2021I love food, and love trying new food. However, as student I often wanted to know if the food was worth the money or was good quality despite being on a budget. Here, are ...
23 March 2022   - Kate
Emilia, BA(Hons) Dance, Class of 2021As a graduate there are things that I learned during my time as a student and also many things I have discovered as a recent graduate that I wish I’d known before.Student ...
28 January 2022   - Rose
January may be nearly over but you can still give Veganuary a go!Veganuary started back in 2014, encouraging people all over the world to go vegan for 31 days, and whilst numbers were low to begin with over half a million ...
16 December 2021   - Maya
Our planet has a finite number of resources and it is dwindling quickly. This world’s health is suffering from the greenhouse gases we emit. We only have one Earth and we need to save it. First, we should to ...
29 November 2021   - Maya
What's OnBored and cold? Are you looking to fall in love with the cosy Suffolk winter? Well you can get into the Christmas spirit by attending these events. Have a look around and see what takes your fancy: Blackthorpe BarnCountry ...
25 August 2021   - Max
I’m lucky enough to live in a lovely flat on the waterfront, great for getting into town and to Uni, rubbish for the constant sirens and the greenhouse-like temperatures in the summer.My girlfriend and I’s favourite escape ...

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