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21 December 2018   - Sarah
I’m not really a huge one for New Year’s resolutions, but since September, I’ve been making some positive changes to improve the way I’m living. You don’t have to wait until the New Year to ...
17 December 2018   - Sarah
I’ve really been looking forward to reviewing another film for Empire cinemas, after watching Tully back in May. For those of you who don’t know where Empire Cinema is, it’s located in the Buttermarket shopping centre, just ...
12 December 2018   - Sarah
People sometimes ask me how I maintain a work, study life balance. I work two jobs, I’m an SU Officer, plus I study full time. Sometimes it’s difficult to maintain that balance, but even around deadlines, you need ...
10 December 2018   - Sarah
First year at uni had plenty of ups and downs, as anyone would expect. Sometimes though, I look back and think, “I wish I had done that sooner”. There are lots of things I would tell my first year self; ...
7 December 2018   - Sarah
As part of our “A Day in the Life” series, I caught up with Luke, a first year Event and Tourism Management student to get to know a bit more about his course. It’s different to any other course ...
28 November 2018   - Sarah
Christmas can be an expensive time of year, especially for us students. You might not want to buy a Christmas tree or lots of decorations, but there are lots of ways to get into the Christmas spirit while living at ...
26 November 2018   - Sarah
It can be tough at this time of year; Christmas is only round the corner, deadlines are coming up, and the student loan is getting smaller and smaller. It can be really easy to overspend as a student on Christmas (...
24 November 2018   - Sarah
In the Library building next to the Students Union office is the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy. This is the perfect space for all students and staff of any faith or no faith to go to for advice, support or just to relax. ...
23 November 2018   - Sarah
Hasn’t the year gone fast? Now we’re coming up to the time of last minute Christmas shopping, Christmas lights, and hopefully, a bit of snow. If you are the type of person who does a lot of last ...

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