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21 Ideas for your 21st

Elizabeth Whittingham
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Here are 21 ideas to try out for your 21st- enjoy! 1) Do something extreme It sounds cliché but why not try go race car driving, attempt a bungee jump or go skydiving. At 21 you’re probably the fittest you’ll ever be! 2) Host a fancy dinner party I’m thinking canapés, Prosecco and cocktail dresses. […]

The Issue of Summer Rent

Elizabeth Whittingham
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Are you worried about paying your summer rent? The letting out of student houses is a lucrative and expanding business, but the summer holidays are a period of instability for both students and landlords. For students, there are anxieties over paying for the summer period as student finance funds are paid at the start of […]

BA or BSc: Which one is better?

Elizabeth Whittingham
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Which is better: BA or BSC? It has to be said, whether a BA or a BSc degree is better is one of the most common debates you will come across while at university. If, like many, you have just finished your A Levels and are looking to head to university in the near future, […]

Ginger shots, avocado on toast and Instagram models: how healthy are UK students?

Elizabeth Whittingham
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being healthy has never been cooler The traditional stereotype of a student tends to surround themes such as drunkenness, tiredness, being overweight and usually always being ill with the fresher’s flu. However, recent statistics have actually pointed to the complete opposite. Our generation, despite their enjoyment of the student lifestyle, is a relatively health conscience […]

Volunteering at Festivals: The Ultimate Guide

Elizabeth Whittingham
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Take a look at these great opportunities for festival volunteering this summer. Spend your days volunteering and your evenings partying for free! Bestival 1-6th August Bestival is a four-day dance festival based in Dorset. According to the Bestival website, the vibe of the festival is definitely vibrant, bold and fun and volunteers are encouraged to […]

Your worst exam horror stories: revealed!

Elena Cotton
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If you look up exam season in the dictionary you’ll find it next to a giant picture of Satan. Exams are hell, it’s a fact. Fortunately, you are not alone in your fear and dread of the worst one hour 45 minutes of your life (and I’ve seen Shrek 4, twice). We spoke to students […]

How to land a job using social media

Elizabeth Whittingham
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If you’re fresh out of university and looking for a job, you might be able to find your first job on social media. Us students usually associate social media with procrastinating rather than improving employment opportunities. However, it’s important not to underestimate the power of your social media profile in landing a job. Recruiting platform […]

10 tips on how to BBQ on a budget

Elizabeth Whittingham
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It’s officially BBQ season as the UK is mysteriously experiencing some pretty hot weather currently! Here are some top tips on how to have a cheap BBQ experience! #1 Embrace that pound shop Let’s face it, no one really loves washing up, yet the cost of endless disposable utensils, plates and napkins can be frustrating. […]