News and tips
June 23rd, 2016 was the day the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. The government triggered Article 50 and the exit date of the 29th March now looms large. Much discussion has taken place since, however with no real plan, we look at some of the possibilities that may affect Students in Sheffield.
Final exams can be a stressful and nerve-racking time for students; all your hard work will soon be tested, and you will find out if your studying paid off. This week we have some tips and advice for finals prep and how you can ensure that you’re as prepared as well as you can be.
Shrove Tuesday is on the 5th of March this year, and we thought you might want to try making a few of these traditional crepes. You could get all the roommates together and have a party, with a flipping competition thrown in for fun. Here are a few of our tried and tested recipes for Regular, Gluten free, Dairy free, Nut free, and Vegan versions.
University is a rite of passage and an important stage in a young person’s life, so it makes sense to get the most out of it be joining in at every opportunity. Here we shall look at ways to get involved in university and within your student union.
Nothing is more annoying than finding your electrics have cut out in the middle of the night, and you cannot contact the landlord until morning. Here we are going to explain how you can help yourself in the meantime during this and other minor disasters.
One of the worst nightmares for a student can be finding yourself living in squalid digs with a bunch of other people who are not living up to your standards. Here we shall look at tips to finding and securing that dream apartment and keeping it.
Happy new year! it’s now time to quit watching Netflix all day and eating your own body weight in chocolate! New year, new you and all that. We all make new year’s resolutions but how many of us actually ever stick to them? Well, it might not be such a bad idea…