How are you going to socialise and meet friends with imposed social distancing, cancelled events and online learning?
“for me, the most nerve-wracking expectation of Freshers’ week was that I would find the friends that I would bond with for life”
Phoebe Turner has tested the “ultimate hangover cures”, and advises you on how to combat your next hangover!
In this week’s article Siobhan discusses how she’s still managing to enjoy herself in England, and gives her advice on how to preoccupy yourself while in isolation.
Ellie Futter reports her survey findings on how students really feel about this odd return to university.
Each week Siobhan will be discussing her unusual year abroad experience and offering advice and tips for others along the way.
Anushka Searle lists the unexpected essentials that you’ll NEED in your Uni bag!
Asha Hipperson gives her advice on how to care for your mind and body while at university.
I’m going to try and skip the obvious (call home, hang up pictures etc) and provide actual tips on how I dealt with rather extreme Fresher’s blues. Hear it from me – if I got through it, so can you!!
As a fresher you’re adjusting to living by yourself, making new friends and juggling the stresses of studying for a degree. Being conscious of your environmental footprint may not be at the top of your priorities, but it’s easy to be aware of your impact on the environment. No one expects your efforts to be perfect – but every little change really does make a difference!
Like most fresh school graduates, I could not wait to leave home and become a university student. For years I’d been told by my parents and teachers that university would make up the best years […]
Lauren Woodley tells all on her first impression of Leeds and gives advice on how to navigate the city for freshers