News and tips
Ok I admit, when I first looked at attending university it looked so wonderful! I’d arrive make loads of new friends, populate my Instagram with pictures of all the great times I was going to have. My life at Uni was destined to be filled with fun and laughter, with some excellent teaching sessions helping me learn more about my favourite subjects. it didn't turn out like that.
Oh, dear! Christmas was full of parties and sparkling fun, NYE full of promise. However, along comes #Veganary and #Dryanuary to halt our excesses. Even leaflets for the local gym popping through the letterbox isn’t helping. If that’s not enough, January exams loom and you so forgot to do some revision! So, what is a poor student to do to get on top of everything? Here we shall look at getting your life back on track after the Christmas break and how to plan this next semester.
It’s getting close to the big day, and even though you have shopped until you dropped, there may be one or two last-minute presents you have not got as yet. Here are some easy homemade gift ideas for you to complete your presents list.
Heading to university can be an exciting time in your life, but it is also fraught with major adulting tasks to do. One of them is finding your own accommodation. We are going to explain all the avenues you can explore and some of the pitfalls in your search for the perfect place.
It is not long now, and you will be installing yourself into your new home ready for the start of term. Freshers week will be just starting, so you will want to be ready for that. Getting prepared for uni early is a good idea. That way you are ready to start from the get-go.
With the popularity of Mrs Hinch and Marie Kondo, keeping an ultra-clean house has never been so on trend. Even us students are getting a better reputation when it comes to staying tidy. Here I am going to look at some of the techniques used by these trendsetters and see how to apply them in our student digs.
Although at first Sheffield with its multiple hills might seem a bit off-putting for the cyclist, Sheffield has a rich history and many connections with the sport of cycling. Here we shall look at how you can get on your bike.
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.