When you’re a uni student, Freshers’ Flu is basically inevitable. You’ll get sick and it will take months to get over it. Have a read of How… Read more “How to avoid the dreaded Freshers’ Flu”
Lincoln has a student population of around 10,000 and you’re lucky enough to be one of the people studying in this city filled with culture, history and… Read more “Welcome to Lincoln: your new university town”
Being part of the University of Lincoln Gymnastics Society is a huge part of my university life. And it got even better when I was elected their Social Media Rep for 2017/18 meaning new adventures as a member of the committee.
Everyone wants to settle in and feel at home when moving to uni, so have a read of how is best to do it in ‘The first steps to making uni your home’.
Sports and societies are a huge part of lots of students’ lives, have a read about the impact they had on mine in ‘What have you got to lose?’.
With A Level results day 2017 approaching, I wrote a post for UoLStudentLife about ‘What comes after A Level results day?‘ – have a read of it… Read more “What comes after A Level results day?”
With the end of first year, comes the end of possibly the biggest year of my life. Having worked as hard as I could, spent many, many… Read more “First in first”
As part of my Summer Bucket List I chose to take part in a Colour Run this Bank Holiday Monday. As you would expect this involved an awful lot of colour in a festival like manner before a 5k run around our uni campus.
Iceland had 1,289,140 visitors into the country in 2015, greatly outnumbering their population of 333,668 (at the time of posting anyway!) As an easily accessible 4 hour flight, from all across the UK, landing in a place with the most amazing views – the youngest country in the world is the perfect getaway, if you can afford it! But why do travellers always head back here when it costs SO much?
As part of my Journalism degree I have an assignment where I have to write a series of 4 blog posts. I have chosen to do mine on the topic of learning to travel independently. I will be posting one of these each week throughout March and will update the links below as I go along.
Everyone has expectations of their uni experience. Whether they’re going to go out every night of Freshers or get firsts in every assignment – I was no different. I thought I’d constantly be surrounded by people; coffee dates, group meetings, film nights in, alcohol nights out. What a shock I had when the excitement of a new city and new people fizzled out.