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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!)...
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 ...
12 June 2019   - Sarah
Some of you will remember that about six months ago, I wrote a blog titled 'Things I would tell my first year self'. Second year has been a bit of a rollercoaster and there’s lots of things I would ...
10 June 2019   - Rose
So in the blink of an eye my first year at university is over – I can’t say the year was always sunshine and rainbows, but it was a good year filled with new friends and experiences. In today’s ...
6 June 2019   - Sarah
Summer is finally here for most of us at the University of Suffolk and a lot of us will start thinking about moving out of uni halls and back home. But before you do, there’s a few things you ...
5 June 2019   - Sarah
I remember the feeling I had last year moving back home for the summer; complete worry. The reason why? We had hardly managed to fit everything in the car when I moved in and now I had even more stuff ...
3 June 2019   - Sarah
Back in August, I wrote a blog about things I wanted to do during my second year; my second year bucket list. This year definitely went faster than expected, with a lot of unexpected things that happened so lets have ...
23 May 2019   - Katie
We have just launched a brand new video series, Food for Thought. We're kicking off with quick, budget-friendly revision snacks, perfect for a healthy energy boost during exam season.Take a look at the recipes below, click on the videos ...
21 May 2019   - Sarah
Brighton is known for being a student town, so when I decided to come to Ipswich for university, many people asked me, “but why?” No one was more disappointed at me going 125 miles away than my dad (though he would ...

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