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All our classes are going online, and we, students have been given a window to travel home. So what about next year? Do we secure an apartment or wait as the Universities have been telling us? Here we look at what questions you might ask yourself.
Halloween is on the 31st October and is an ancient tradition of scaring away the ghosts and ghouls from your homes and lives. The American tradition of trick or treat has made it across the pond, and so you are likely to get a hoard of children dressed up, knocking at your door, begging for sweets and treats. So here are a few you can make to appease these little devils, or yourselves if you prefer.
As a student, you know that what you learn today will set you up for life. The same goes for what you put into your body! The food you eat sets your body and brain up for life. Here is an easy way on how we can beat the boredom of hitting the Dominos redial every night.
There has been not such a subtle change to Freshers week this year, though we do still have a welcome week. Many students returning to University this September have a more subdued first week. For two years and onwards this is bad, for early years, this is a tragedy. Here is what’s on and how we can make the best of it.
This month might be a chance to take advantage of the offers from Universities. Covid-19 has led to a decrease in the numbers of international students. So Universities are desperate for students to enrol on their courses. Is this the time to change?
The coronavirus is still with us, and restrictions are still in place. We can pretty much say goodbye to being on campus until later this year. So, what are the chances of us returning to normal, back to Uni in September? What sort of learning environment can we expect?
As we head into a month of Lockdown, we are starting to find the novelty wearing out. The realisation, that our lives and friends are to be kept at a distance for the near future, is dawning. Just how can we lead a more normal life in lockdown? Here are some of my go-to online havens of normality.