Category : Lifestyle

How to Make a Routine at Uni

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The life of a student is a simple one. We get up when we have to go to a lecture, we spend 95% of our time, that should be spent studying, procrastinating, and we go out. That is, if we have managed to get in at least one nap during … Read More

Getting Involved in Volunteering at Uni

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There are many reasons why you should get involved with volunteering whilst at University. Not only does it look good on your CV (calling all final year students who are panicking that they partied too hard these past 3 years and forgot to get enough experience), but volunteering offers a … Read More

Teapigs: An Infuse-iastic Response

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  Tea. The nation’s favourite drink. Offered in times of joy and sadness, shared between strangers and friends alike. Some like it hot, some like it iced. Some like it milky, some like it strong. Everyone has their own idea of what comprises the perfect cuppa, but one thing we … Read More

Restaurants to Take Your Parents To

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So, the parents are visiting, and they’re undeniably concerned about your eating habits. Rather than shuffling them down to Crispy’s, or sticking with good old Pizza Express, why not jump on the chance to try somewhere new. Blackhouse, The Grill on the Square Perfect For: A Celebration dinner, or when … Read More

Hannah 2.0 to Hannah 1.0: Advice to My Younger Self

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I have to start by saying that I am massive hypocrite, I love to give advice but I never take my own. Yet, I have to also say that I am not alone. Our whole generation are hypocrites. According to ourselves, we are all fountains of knowledge, whether it be … Read More

Activities Galore! Getting Out and About in Leeds

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The  Climbing Lab Just around the corner from Oxygen Jump, the Lab is an indoor bouldering park, containing multiple climbing walls. With no ropes used on these walls, the idea may sound a little unnerving. Yet if you’re a beginner, then you’ll have a supervisor to guide you. And even … Read More

My Week as a Muslim

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Tyler Denyer reviews the new and controversial documentary on Channel 4 that has had the whole country talking.   With Halloween passing and cultural appropriation becoming a strong controversial topic again, Channel 4 have put themselves in the spotlight with their new documentary My Week as a Muslim. Katie, a … Read More

Stranger Things 2: The World Turned Upside Down

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To quote a rather appropriate 1980s supernatural horror sequel, they’re back! Last week saw us welcomed back to the town of Hawkins, Indiana, where things are indeed stranger… It’s 1984, and, while it has been almost a year since the events of Stranger Things Season One, the consequences of the … Read More

Breaking Down Bonfire Night

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Remember, remember, the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot. I know of no reason, why the gunpowder treason, should ever be forgot…   One of my favourite nights of the year has to be Bonfire Night! I love the bonfire, I love the firework displays, and I love the … Read More

The Paperback vs. The E-Book

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  With the advancing digital age, the popularity of the ‘e-book’ has risen constantly. Is it time therefore time that we swap the novel gathering dust in the corner for a portable tablet? Or will the sensory experience of reading a traditional paperback always outdo that of the e-book.       The battle of electronic vs. paper is affected by factors such as form and … Read More