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With England’s second national lockdown in place, it is more important than ever we are looking after and prioritising our mental health. For those who may be looking for more guidance on how to get through the lockdown, Jo Leyland offers some personal tips.
Dear Agony Aunt, I’ve been with my boyfriend since I was 16. However, since arriving at uni, I’ve moved in with the most beautiful man I’ve ever met. I love my boyfriend, but I’m not sure how to recover from this passion. What do I do? Yours sincerely, Happily Dating Dear Happily Dating, Try not […]
I may not have found a grey hair yet – only an oddly yellow one from my disastrous attempt to go ginger – but this year marks my third, and presumably final Freshers’ Fair. Instead of wandering around as hopelessly as a cloud in a June sky, it would have very much helped my first […]
It’s impossible to avoid the cultural moment that is the #MeToo movement, although stories breaking have reduced to more weekly than hourly, it is still undeniably present. And rightly so. In the midst of the madness, trauma and shock it’s easy to feel powerless, but rather than simply despair at the state of the world […]
11 cities. 9 students. 1 ½ days in each city. At first glimpse, this sounds like an amazing, if not intimidating journey; and whilst this is true, the trip was also not without its downsides. Leaving my hometown on the 1st July 2017 for the first leg of my journey to Brussels was one […]
I’m not sure how qualified I am to write this article. As a person who perpetually runs home to their mum in the face of the tiniest adversity, I’m not entirely certain I’ve earned the status of ‘adult’ yet. But, I live to tell the tale of a turbulent first year, with only one burnt […]
As a fresher myself not that long ago, I know there are probably a few things occupying your mind at the moment: What if it turns out I hate my course? What if my flatmates don’t watch Bake Off??? Will my pet remember my face when I come home? All of the above. If any […]
I was in China for 12 months on an exchange at Peking University, looking back at my travel experiences now, I wish I had known a couple of things before adventuring around China. Here is what I learned from my China travel experiences: Research thoroughly before going My first piece of advice would be to […]
I had been seeing this guy for a few weeks and we were getting on really well – I really liked him. I went round to his house one evening and we cooked dinner together – fish with pesto, vegetables and red onions, which he chopped. After dinner we went upstairs to his room […]