Last year I wrote a blog post giving you a tour of my on-campus accommodation – now that I’m in my second year I thought you’d like to have a look around my new house!
Each year the stereotypical New Year’s resolutions appear; the gyms are full and the leftover Christmas chocolate is locked away out of sight.
I think resolutions are great – there is always potential for improvement and change can be good! However, with the busy nature of university life, it can be hard to find the time to achieve your resolutions and disheartening if you fall short of your ambitions.
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.
So it’s nearly exam time and the panic is starting to settle in… how can I possibly revise all of this stuff before my exams?! Breath. It’s going to be okay.
All parents will know that sometimes it’s difficult enough being just that – a parent – without adding ‘student’ in there too! I asked my colleague Georgie Sherrard for her experience of being a student parent and here’s what she had to share with you all.
I was always lucky doing my A-Levels. I never had to decide whether or not I wanted to go to university because I knew I needed to in order to achieve my dream of being a History teacher.