Each year the university awards £1000 scholarships to second and third year students in recognition of academic achievements, this year I was lucky enough to receive this award. When I first found out about the […]
Last week we marked World Alzheimer’s day. Despite the large numbers of people who have Alzheimer’s, many people still do not understand the disease, and admittedly not so long ago I was one of these people.
It’s nearly summer! I don’t know about you but right now, with all of the exam preparation and assignments going on, summer seems like a long way away. Fear not, we are on the home straight and we can start making some summer plans!
Telling people I study Human Biology is usually accompanied with a scrunched up nose and a comment of ‘wow that’s brave’ or ‘have you cut up a heart yet’. Little do they know it’s a bit more interesting than people may think. Here’s a day in my life so you can see for yourself!
University is something I’ve always wanted to do, there was no sudden epiphany or realization, I wanted to go to university so I worked hard for it and managed to achieve it.
It’s come to that time of year again where all the flat mates get together to make pancakes. But what if you’re one of those strange anomalies who doesn’t like pancakes? I have a solution for you! Quick and simple cinnamon swirls recipe!
Believe it or not, there comes a time in the year where you’re not bogged down with assignment work or revision and you take yourself home after lectures to find yourself sitting around wondering what to do with yourself.
So, it’s time to decide whether university is for you and you have hundreds of questions racing through your mind; ‘how will I afford it?’, ‘what if I don’t like my flat mates?’, ‘how will I fit everything in?’, ‘How will I have time?’…