Tag : travel

Features | Top Five Jobs Abroad in Summer

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No one wants to spend their summer holidays at home, begging their parents each night for a tenner to go down the pub and being told to ‘go and get a job!’ It’s never too early to start thinking about your summer, whether you’re a first year undergraduate or even … Read More

Travel | Frog out of water – Ski Trip

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Our foreign correspondent hits the slopes French-style, and finds it’s not exactly what she expected. After enduring months of trying my best to be française and feeling more British than ever, I decided a ski trip with over 600 students was just what I needed. There are many foreign faces … Read More

News | Rebranded buses offer cheaper fairs

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The Yorkshire Tiger bus company has unveiled reduced fares for students. The company were on campus last week to promote the increased services and the lower fares of the 92, 93 and 94 bus routes, passing University accommodation and both Uni and Met campuses. The cheapest fare available being offered … Read More

Travel | New Years Eve in New York

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A far cry from my usual New Year’s Eve celebrations, which tend to consist of going to my local high street and making a fool out of myself whilst fuelled by Jägerbombs and kebabs, I decided to see in 2014 in style. The Big Apple, a place “so good they … Read More

Blogs | Ladies Who Brunch

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Winter in Berlin arrived not with a bang but a whimper. From the balmy January temperatures of five degrees to minus twelve in the space of a week, finally my snow boots got an outing and I got used to resembling Bambi in his first tentative steps on the ice. … Read More

Travel | Christmas Abroad – Why we should all be booking our tickets away for Christmas

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So what’s the verdict on Christmas abroad? There are of course a number of pros and cons to spending it away from home, but what is it exactly that makes that such an unimaginable idea for some of us? I think routine and a sense of ‘home’ have a big … Read More

Features | Is there a right way to do Christmas?

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This year we look at how you celebrate Christmas, both here in the UK and in other countries.   Christmas is normally a huge affair at my house, with the entire family descending en masse for a feast.  I made a huge lifestyle choice earlier this year, by becoming vegetarian so I have been … Read More

News | Coach service from Parkinson Steps to London

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National Express has this week launched new long distance coach services from Leeds universities taking students across the country. Coaches will pick up passengers from Parkinson Steps for students from the University and from Otley road for Leeds Metropolitan. The services will take students to locations including Bradford, Leeds, Wakefield … Read More

Travel | Frog out of Water

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We have all heard the tale of the Englishman in New York, but our relationship with our channel cousins is one of equally profound debate. Budding Francophile Lorna Flint has taken time out of her year abroad to investigate the biggest cultural clashes between us and the sophisticated Montpellians. Being … Read More

Travel | Outside the Leeds Ring Road

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Believe it or not, life does exist outside of Leeds City Centre and Headingley. There is a whole world out there, inhabited by normal people going about their everyday lives; people who have never even heard of Fruity, let alone had to negotiate Roger Stevens with a hangover at 9am … Read More