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9 March 2020   - Sarah
International Women’s Day took place on 8 March and it’s a perfect opportunity to take some time to educate ourselves on some of the inspiring women in society today and in history. Here in Suffolk, we have plenty of ...
4 March 2020   - Sarah
I can never seem to study in one place for a long time, whether it’s the library or in my room, I need a change of scenery fairly regularly. Because of this, I’ve found a few good study ...
3 March 2020   - Sarah
For a lot of students, there’s a bit of a commute to university, whether you travel from Colchester, Woodbridge or beyond. There are a few ways that you can use your commute, even if you’re driving, to make ...
2 March 2020   - Sarah
On Saturday 7 March, the University of Suffolk is holding an Applicant Visit Day. If you have applied to study here, you will have received an invite to the event via email. For many of you, you will be beginning to ...
24 February 2020   - Sarah
Anyone who knows me knows I’m really good at procrastinating and getting distracted (I really wish I was good at something else!). But in my time at uni, I’ve picked up some tips to not get distracted. It ...
21 February 2020   - Sarah
Close to town in the centre of Ipswich, you will find Christchurch Park; a beautiful, large park extending over 33 hectares of land. It’s by far my favourite park in Ipswich and I have so many memories of being there ...
20 February 2020   - Sarah
Something that really stood out to me when I moved to Ipswich was how many parks there are around and how close they are to where I’m living along the waterfront. At any time of year, these parks are ...
19 February 2020   - Sarah
It’s a leap year this year, so we’re lucky to have an extra day this month and an extra day to get things done. With an extra day, you can choose to do something creative, relax, or just ...
17 February 2020   - Sarah
February can be such a cold, boring month where we still feel those mid-winter blues while we wait for spring to come. There are already some signs of spring; I saw some daffodils starting to appear which brightened up my ...

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