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29 March 2023   - Jasmine
With Craft Club starting next term, now is the perfect time to pick up a new hobby, so why not learn to crochet? Crochet is a great hobby for students because it is so affordable! All you need is a ...
29 March 2023   - Jasmine
A brand-new society is starting at the University of Suffolk next term - Craft Club! This society is the perfect place for beginners to come and learn a new skill as part of a supportive community. If you already have ...
15 March 2023   - Kate
Emilia, Class of 2021Gap years can both occur purposely or accidentally but either way they are incredibly useful and are a time for you to hit reset and bounce back better than before. As someone who has enjoyed two gap ...
15 March 2023   - Kate
Emilia, Class of 2021The end of the academic year is fast approaching, and this can be a time of mixed emotions. The prospect of the future can be daunting, here are some small steps you can take to help alleviate ...
15 March 2023   - Kate
Emilia, Class of 2021As the end of the academic year approaches so does the final assessment… your dissertation. Scary but so rewarding. My dissertation was one of my favourite modules, said no one ever, but it is true. Having that ...
10 March 2023   - Jake
Littleport, 1815 by Michael Laurence. Samuel was one of the few who spoke out. The threat of French invasion seemed to take the fight out of so many in the village. The landlords, increasingly nameless men from far away had no ...
10 March 2023   - Jake
An Abandoned Airfield by Anya Page. When the wind is blowing from the past, this seeming empty space comes back to life. A horseman whistles as he guides his horse, slowly churning perfect furrows into the soil. Screaming black headed ...
9 March 2023   - Jake
Kensington Gardens by Sophie Wilks. Walking along the pier, Kensington Gardens rose up beside me. It’s a part of Lowestoft that doesn’t look like it should be there. A canopy of trees sheltered a bridge and an algae-covered ...
8 March 2023   - Jake
North Sea, Over Night by Jayd Green. The man who will watch through the night at Ness Point clocks in for his shift.Nothing is wrong yet - the water stretches out, closes the horizon. The sea ripples in a ...

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