Katie Upton | Lifestyle Editor In a matter of months, our world has been turned upside down. These whirlwind few months have meant for a time of reflection upon student life and the things we take for granted. Whether it’s nights out at the SU or Medicine, catch-ups in Crosslands or simply being able to work in the library. We’ve all experienced a change in … Continue reading Preparing for Student Life Living Within the ‘New Normal’
Student | Sophie King Many of us are familiar with the gut-wrenching feeling of missing home. The anticipation of starting university is over, the smoke clears, and you begin to realise just how daunting being away from home is. Suddenly, having fun is off the cards and you’re wondering why you signed up for university in the first place. But there is hope – take … Continue reading Tackling Homesickness
News Editor | Iffah Ahmed Following the cost of rent, it has been identified that on average, students spend £364 per month on living costs, where most of the funds contribute towards socialising and food. It has been recognised that students across the nation, from Scotland to the Midlands are spending equal amounts to those located in London but are receiving less Student Finance to … Continue reading The average student spends £364/month: How does your uni compare?
Why does this epic concern you? Know this: boy or girl, when you are a student- especially here- you are Odysseus. I’m about to prove the relation of roles with passages from the Odyssey placed alongside your contemporary campus problems. Yes, welcome to the new Arts section. Continue reading Scott Wilson Explains Why You’re an Epic Hero Using an Excellent Allegory