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15 October 2019   - Sarah
I find that Mondays are a really long day for me. I start off bright and ready at work and then have lectures throughout the day until 5pm. Around midday, I manage to get into a bit of a slump ...
10 October 2019   - Sarah
During my first semester in uni, I had to give two presentations, which was really daunting for the shy person I was. Now, I’m constantly standing up in front of a crowd to talk about student issues, campaigning or ...
2 October 2019   - Rose
Just like that Freshers' Fortnight has been and gone for another semester so that only means one thing; lectures are starting again! Whether you are a new or returning student, it can be difficult to stay on top of everything ...
1 October 2019   - Sarah
Starting university can make you feel a bit lost and it’s definitely one of more overwhelming things I’ve done. It’s really good if you have a bit of advice from older students, so lots of my third ...
23 September 2019   - Katie
Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis recently teamed up to produce a new film called Yesterday, a romantic comedy set in East Anglia (and featuring a cameo of our Honorary Graduate, Ed Sheeran!). The film features a plethora of Suffolk locations, ...
18 September 2019   - Sarah
University has really flown by for me and I’m about to enter my third year at the University of Suffolk. I thought I’d tell you what I’m looking forward to the most in my final year at ...
12 September 2019   - Sarah
The thought of starting in a new place like university can seem daunting, especially if you don’t know where you’re going or who to talk to. Before you start, it’s always useful to know where to go ...
10 September 2019   - Sarah
Moving away from home for the first time can be tough, whether you’re an hour from home or much further away. It’s a big change; new tutors, new friends, and new way of living. Just remember, you’re ...
4 September 2019   - Sarah
Your first university lectures and seminars are just a couple of weeks away. Enjoy the rest of your holiday, and of course, Freshers' Week, but in the days leading up, try to make a bit of time to prepare for ...

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