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18 June 2021   - Richard
This last year has not been ‘normal’ for anyone. But if you are considering a BSc in Computing (or a similar subject) then my experience of the last year may be of interest to you.I have just completed my ...
18 June 2021   - Rose
One of my favourite things about Suffolk is the beautiful landscapes and accessibility of nature with so many wonderful locations just a stone's throw away from your doorstep. For me I am fortunate enough to be a short walk away ...
15 June 2021   - Richard
There are so many wonderful places to explore Suffolk and around our University and, as it is Suffolk Day, I have collated the leading Apps to download, in five different categories, to enhance your outdoor exploration experience.Choose a Location-Based ...
27 May 2021   - Natasha
Being the LGBTQ+ officer has meant amazing opportunities to connect with students, organize fascinating events, and work with many teams I would never have otherwise. This is just a retelling of some of my major highlights.As a small society ...
7 May 2021   - Natasha
During Mental Health Awareness Week, The Mental Health Foundation suggests making a habit each day of connecting to the nature in your local area. Student Life Disability and Mental health adviser Cari Longhurst has some tips for bringing nature to ...
6 May 2021   - Max
A quick Google search when researching this topic has already told me I might go down a different route to the apparent norm - I saw article upon article about the benefit of eating dark chocolate and making overnight oats. ...
4 May 2021   - Lily
In 1956, golfer Walter Hagen said, ‘You’re only here for a short visit. Don't hurry. Don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.’ The modern world is fast-paced, bustling, and many times relentless in its ways. ...
4 May 2021   - Maya
University isn’t just the place you go to learn about your course or discover your alcohol tolerance. It’s a place where you can learn to be yourself and find hobbies you are interested in (although finding out your ...
12 April 2021   - Rose
The results of the Student New Angle Writing Awards (SNAP) 2021 were announced recently. The Winner is ‘The Singing Tides’ by Bradley Garnham and the Runner-up is ‘Aelfthryth’ by Sarah Clark. Life at Suffolk Student Blogger and English student Rose interviewed ...

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