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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 ...
14 May 2021   - Brandon
The global pandemic has taught us that we need arts and cultural events more than ever. As an Event and Tourism Management graduate, it is hard for me to view a world without the arts because it gives us a ...
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   - Richard
Walking is fantastic for your mental health, and where better to start than the area around our university. Ipswich Waterfront is always changing, from historic urban decay to expensive modern renovation. This short walk around the overlooked ‘island’ gives you ...
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 ...
4 May 2021   - Maya
Times are tough. Admittedly, times are really tough. To put it into the simplest context, we are surviving a pandemic and currently leaving our third lockdown. It is hard to stay positive when you have been isolating from the world....
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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