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It’s cold, it’s snowy, and it feels as if there’s no way to fight procrastination.

Set yourself some goals

It’s always better to get yourself motivated when you have a goal to work towards. It helps you to set de


If you’re coming to the end of your time at university; then you’ll probably be wondering what you would like to do after your studies. Why not take a careers service appointment?

The majority of universit


self indulge, you’ve earned it!

January is finally winding down, a month which always seems to last a lifetime.

So, this means that your exams are probably over and until yo


1) The ‘Usual’ One


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“It’s unfathomable these websites still exist and they can’t be shut down.”

It has been revealed this week that thousands of British people have purchased fake degrees from an online site called ‘ 

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Landlords like to think that they’re down with the students but let’s face it, a lot of the time they just don’t have a clue. We asked you for the most stupid ways your landlords have tried to pimp your crib and they did not disappoint…

Katie, Physics, Birmingha


When you are renting student accommodation in the UK, you are likely to be asked to provide a rent Guarantor. This article provides a summary of what a Guarantor is, to get the full low down head over to  

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80 people died from knife attacks last year alone, four on New Year’s Eve

In one fifteen hour period alone, four people were stabbed to death on New Year’s Eve on the streets of London, and if you thought the new year was going to br


STUDENTS in England now pay the highest tuition fees in the world, a new study has found.

Compared to their global counterparts, the average English student pays an annual tuition cost of £9,188-a hefty sum when students in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Austria and France al


say hello to the one penny challenge

I know at the start of the year things can feel a little bit…lacking


fancy saving a couple of grand?

Hannah, a first year marine biology student from the UK lives in her van full time, saving money and exploring in the process.

After living in halls last


So, Christmas is well and truly over and January is now upon us, we’re already eight days in!

Are you feeling blue yet? If you are, then try not to worry! January is of course a strange time, post Christmas break, when people are re


May has stated there is a ‘clear message‘ that the general public do not approve

Theresa May has


genius….and a very stable genius at that!

With the publication of Michael Wolfe’s book, ‘Fire and Fury’ hitting the shelves yesterday, an apparent detailed vision of the real story behind the White House, T


Yes, I know this is all a little bit cheesy, but setting these new health kick rules for 2018 will really help you to get into the swing of things!

Good luck!

Tip number 1, take your vitamins!


As it’s exam season *cries* we thought we would take you through some of the ways in which students have cheated in the past.

Warning: Do not try these (unless you want to get kicked out for your stupidity…).

Lucy, 22, gradua


Christmas is over, the bank balance is obliterated, and your liver could risk go into failure any time soon.

Let’s try to be better humans? Right?


1) Don’t sleep with ‘that one’ again

You know the one. The one you keep going back to, and then re

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