Kate Hall writes about the government’s innovative suggestion for students to save on energy costs.
Gracie Moore reflects on the end of yet another year of studying during the pandemic, but shares her hopes for a summer filled with fun, friends and flights abroad.
Print Lifestyle editor Zoe Sperry advises us on how to readjust to university life and make the most of term 2.
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams interviews Jack Holliday of Echo Hotel about their first single and their upcoming music.
Scarlett Parr-Reid, Print Science Editor, shares her feelings of anxiety surrounding her dissertation deadlines I have always been astounded by the ability of past me to be overly ambitious and make decisions which I would later regret. I mean, writing one 6000-word dissertation is not enough, right? How about two? Having written one and enduring […]
If you’re experienced with seminars, you’ll know that where you sit in the first few weeks can be crucial. Yes, this insane high school rhetoric can still be at large even at university. But not for popularity points, oh no, if only it were that simple. It is a matter of survival. The survival of […]
Over half way into term two and it’s feeling…long. We’ve come down from the high of the New Year and settled in to new timetables and work being flung at us from all angles. And for those with dissertations still to write? Don’t even start. Excited to see your housemates again after the holiday? Think […]
Do students deserve compensation? This question has frequently been raised in recent weeks, as a result of the contact hours lost to industrial strike action. With some students having lost 75% of their contact hours, the desire for compensation is understandable. Dissertation students can’t access their supervisors, deadlines are getting pushed closer towards the exam […]
“I’m off to uni, I’ll only have one subject that I actually like, revision will actually be fun, I’ll actually keep on top of all my work! I’ll never be behind again!” At some stage in the application process, we all had that conversation with ourselves, grinning excitedly as we browsed prospectuses; on the fateful […]
There’s a certain irony in the fact that I’m writing this article in my pyjamas, having never gotten properly dressed, and only a few hours before the deadline. But haven’t we all been in a similar position? Occasionally for some, perhaps all of the time for others and never for a blessed few, work gets […]