As a third year I’m starting to hit the harsh realisation that I’m entering the adult world and will very soon need a job. When I first started looking I had no idea where or how but since exploring some more, I’ve come across lots of sites and tips that could help other people!
With deadlines and exams starting to loom, finding the right kind of studying for you is even more important. It varies for everyone, whether you like mindmaps or flashcards and whether you prefer to sit in the library or in your bed.
Managing your time is an important part of uni life. Talie Colbourne (3rd Year, Journalism) tells you her top tips for keeping on top of things.
The three years of uni all have one thing in common: you’ll think they were the best years of your life. First year is very different to second year and, I imagine, second year is very different to third year.
Being at university (and probably on a budget) could mean that being healthy is the last thing on your mind. But there are so many ways that you can maintain a healthy diet (alongside exercise and wellbeing) without breaking the bank, here are a few!
‘Why not just raise some money, have a great time doing it and everyone’s winning!’
Dawson’s Creek is currently celebrating it’s 20th anniversary, that means it’s a whole 20 years since it aired. Despite being around in the late 90’s, Dawson’s Creek is still one of the most relatable shows of all time.
One Tree Hill was one of the best tv shows of the noughties and helped a lot of teens to escape from their lives.
Personally, I feel the show is still as relevant as ever and therefore, in honour of the 6th anniversary of its series finale, here are the 19 quotes to live your life by.
The Wombats’ Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life Tour kicked off a few weeks ago, and Birmingham’s date saw them headlining the O2 Institute.
Have a watch to see how you can organise your life and make the last semester of the year the most organised one ever!
For the past 12 years, the University of Lincoln has celebrated the importance of looking after yourself through a week of keeping active in both body and mind.
There are now half the number of lollipop men and women across Birmingham compared to seven years ago. According to a Freedom of Information request to Birmingham City Council, since 2010 the number of crossing patrol wardens has decreased from 351 to 186 in 2017.