Lydia Duval takes us through the many different ways you can make friends at university!
The Covid-19 Pandemic acted as a catalyst for many mental health issues. New Writer, Mhairi Mcdonald reports on the rise of eating disorders and what we can do to battle the stigma.
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!
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!
So, you’ve cancelled your gym membership and you’ve picked up the courage to move away from home. Want to stay fit and meet people with similar interests? Leeds University has so many sports clubs in-store that cater for all.
There are over 300 clubs and societies at Leeds, so whatever your interests and abilities, there’s guaranteed to be a society to suit you. We have taken some of the societies in the General Interest […]
Whenever somebody mentions freshers week, people generally think of clubbing and chugging questionable spirits 24/7. But, believe it or not, this isn’t the only thing to do. Here are a few things that I regret […]