Laura lists the tricks that have made cooking for herself much easier, from cutting onions with no tears to rectifying adding too much salt!
Clarissa Leung offers her advice for international freshers starting university in the current climate.
Each week Siobhan will be discussing her unusual year abroad experience and offering advice and tips for others along the way.
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Emma Prentice writes about the best ways to combat seasonal depression and seasonal affective disorder. Despite being a 30-day month, November can feel like it lasts forever. The excitement of Halloween is now behind us, […]
Jessica Farmer writes about the best ways to rid yourself of the flu. As a fresher, I have already contracted numerous colds since arriving at university. Thus, below are some top tips for dealing with […]
When ambitiously making plans for my gap year, I decided I would start by travelling alone to Mexico. I was meeting a group for a volunteering project but had a week of staying in Playa […]
A recent survey by the BBC Radio 4 has revealed that young people, including those at university, are some of the loneliest people in the country. Following this information, here are some top tips to […]
Every university student has been challenged by the task of having to manage their own money. Here are some tricks and methods that you can use not only to organize your spending but also to […]
It’s that time of year again. No, not Christmas, it’s World Food Day! October 16th marks the celebration of food and he sexy topic of how to reduce food waste. While it’s become trendy to […]
As a new student at Leeds, I thought it would be suitable to provide some useful tips and advice on maintaining friendships after Freshers Week. Firstly, if you are living in halls, it is […]
You want the perks: the freedom, the unrestricted social life and the smug sense of independence. The overdraft reminders, empty fridge and niggling feeling that you are slightly out of your depth? Not so much. We’re […]