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Just when we thought he couldn’t do anything else to shock the world, Trump has revealed that he will be banning all transgender people from joining the US military in  

   
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The Sunday Times were seen this weekend to sack their Irish columnist Keven Myers for his outrageously anti-Semitic and offensive article that was incredibly allowed to be published through the organisation.

In the column, Myers comments on the


     
 

Perhaps you are going home for summer, or staying in your uni city leaving your partner behind. Whatever your circumstance, going long distance can be difficult. However I have gathered ten top tips together to help create a happy relationship over summer, even if you are only


     
 

We all remember the feeling of leaving home and finally being able to live independently at university. Free from the burden of having to tell your parents where you’re going and what time you’ll be back, you quickly become accustomed to this ne


     
 

SO, second year is over and that means one thing…final year and, if you’re unlucky, the dreaded dissertation. With the final year of university counting for around 70% of your overall degree, it’s definitely worth putting in some hours this summer to get yourself ready to star


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Statistics now show that Love Island is officially harder to get into than Cambridge, as applications for the most recent series revealed figures of up to  

   
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University is a time when we all discover our interests, get to pursue a subject we have chosen, and meet like-minded people. However, during this experience, there are some things worth avoiding.

I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 things to avoid at university,


     
 

There seems to be a collective hive mind across the internet and the media about university drop-outs achieving mad success in life. I mean Steve Jobs dropped out of university and look at where he ended up. Mark Zuckerberg? We’ve heard it all before right? And


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No matter how much you try and imagine your first year, you’ll never truly know what it’s like until you’ve experienced it. Here’s some tips from a second year who’s been through it all!

 

1). The cheapest halls are the most fun

 

   
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A forum debate recently posted on Reddit concerned the question about why some people don’t believe in God or want children. The arguments seems to be centred around


     
 

If you are moving into a flat or house this summer or for the start of the university year in September, then you will soon be cooking for yourself, and most importantly, looking how to do this in an affordable manner. Here are some top tips on how to cook affordable meals, mi


     
 

It’s the weekend!

Summer is here and what better way to celebrate than with a deliciously summery cocktail!

Super quick and so refreshing, these prosecco based slushies are sure to quench your thirst!

Strawberry Prosecco Slushie:


     
 

Taking some time out of your busy schedule to work a ski season could possibly be one of the greatest times of your life. Thoughts of endless days of skiing, picturesque views, making new friends and plenty of drinking is probably what comes to


     
 

If they were asked, I can guarantee that every single university in the UK would say that they are open, friendly and welcoming to students of all faiths and backgrounds. To say anything else would be totally unacceptable for a higher education


     
 

We hate to break it to you, but all those exciting summer plans you have- camping at a festival, going on holiday- require one thing. Money. But never fear, here at Student Life Guide we’ve got the lowdown on some seriously easy ways to make money this summer.

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Ah, halls of residence. These can either be the best and worst parts of your university experience: there seems to be no middle ground.

The problem with halls is that they can be totally unpredictab


     
 

Exams are over, and if you listen carefully you might just be able to hear the clicks of last minute holidays being booked. Flights to Magaluf, Ibiza, Zante and similar party destinations will soon be packed. But personally, I think that these p


     
 

Gluten free diets are one of the fastest growing in the UK.  They have a large celebrity following and a huge presence in the media. Currently, around 1 in 1000 people are estimated to have a g


     
 

We all remember the feeling of leaving home and finally being able to live independently at university. Free from the burden of having to tell your parents where you’re going and what time you’ll be back, you quickly become accustomed to this ne


     
 

Post-grad life is a little strange. On the one hand, you’ve finally done it. All the late-night library sessions and the frantic revision has come together and you finally have your degree.

Cue graduation, celebrations and a whole lot more partying.

But then sudd


     
 

If you’re craving a holiday this summer, but can’t quite afford in a big trip abroad, the so-called ‘Staycation’ is the solution for you. Rather than hopping on a plane, the ‘staycation’ means a holiday spent within the UK. An increasing number


     
 

Exams are over, summer has truly kicked off, and that can only mean one thing: Love Island is back gracing our television screens for another year.

For those of us who’ve got into Love Island in a BIG way (guilty as charged), the next few weeks of both our TV and our co



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