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Elizabeth Whittingham

Elizabeth is a third year history student studying at The University of Manchester.

20 simple ways to save money

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1. Try to not spend any money on at least one day of the week Put aside one day of the week when you do not spend anything. It’s actually really hard to do, but just one day a week will really make a difference. 2. Search for those discounts Whenever you buy anything online, […]

Affordable All Inclusive Summer Holiday Getaways

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Bulgaria, Morocco, Spain, Turkey, Greece Beach holidays can still be accessible and luxurious on a student budget. Check out these fantastic summer deals to get you soaking up that sunshine this summer! Bulgaria Although Bulgaria doesn’t really spring into your mind when thinking of sunny holiday beach getaways, ‘Sunny Beach’ resort in Bulgaria, Maramis, makes […]

Everything you experience living in a student house

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You hear every single noise Seriously, with the walls in student houses, you hear everything single sneeze, cough, and hushed conversation. It eventually gets to the point where everybody knows your secrets. Your landlord tends to pop in at the worst moments When you’re in the shower, when the house is a complete tip, when […]

8 ways that you can stop your plastic waste

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It’s been all over the internet lately, people are trying to live with absolutely no plastic wastage, turning down plastic bags, opting for organic food markets and even making their own toothpaste. Whilst the environmental cost of plastic is extreme, for someone starting out with a ‘no plastic’ lifestyle, it can be a bit daunting. […]

The Best Summer Jobs for Students 2018

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Wanting to make the most of your summer but lacking in the funds? Don’t worry, these are the best summer student jobs ideas for you to try your hand at! Babysitting If you live in a densely populated neighbourhood then a great summer job can be babysitting. You can use apps such as Bubble App […]

Proofread your dissertation in these easy steps

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Make sure you leave enough time to edit It’s important that you leave yourself enough time to edit your work. Put aside at least three days for each chapter and one day each for the introduction and the conclusion. Work slowly, highlight sections you are not sure about, you can always come back to them […]

TOFFEE: The new dating app exclusively for private school students

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Watch your back Tinder, there’s a new dating app on the scene. Meet Toffee. Meet toffee, the new dating app which resembles tinder in pretty much every way possible, albeit one feature: the app is exclusively for private school students or alumni. By choosing to focus the app exclusively on this demographic, the app only […]

What to do if you fail an essay, exam, module or dissertation this summer

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One of the hardest things to deal with during your time as a student is the possibility that you could fail a university exam. Whether it be on an essay, exam, module or even on your dissertation, the whole idea of it all can be quite scary. Try not to worry too much, as with […]

How to stay sane during the exam period

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With exam season approaching and stress mounting, it can sometimes be hard to actually stay calm and see the light at the end of the tunnel. Here are some top tips on how to get through revision this summer (and then you get to jet off on a well deserved holiday at the end of it […]

Is racism a growing issue in UK universities?

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Back in February, the internet expressed its shock at a video tweeted by Nottingham Trent University Student Rufaro Chisango. Is racism in UK universities a growing problem? The video, taken by Chisango, consists of students chanting racist remarks outside her door- which she had to lock for safety reasons. Chants such as ‘f**k the blacks’ […]