News and tips
Congratulations on your A-level results and on securing a place at one of Sheffield excellent universities! Now to start planning your Freshers week! Here we shall give you some info on where to party and how to get some Early-Bird tickets
A quick look on the internet tells us that there are a few ‘plastic-free’ days and that July has been picked at ‘Plastic-Free July’ by western Australia and adopted by many other individuals and countries. So, we thought we would look at ways you can go plastic-free in the UK and particularly in Sheffield.
You are so lucky in living in Sheffield, with one of the UK’s best natural playgrounds right next door to the city! The Peak District was the first National park created in the UK. Here are a few walks you might enjoy completing during your stay in this wonderful outdoorsy city.
Tips on what to do when moving into your new Sheffield student home, the checklist to the big move on the 1st of July, the day where 80,000 students and graduates from both Sheffield Hallam and University of Sheffield are changing homes.
Today is Macaroon day!! We think these recipes are the easiest around. Why not make something delicious for all your housemates. These recipes are also dairy free, vegetarian and the coconut macaroons are vegan! They are also useful as bite-sized mouthfuls of energy to get through your studying.
You might think that to study, you need peace and quiet to think clearly. However, many studies have shown that, far from being conducive to studying, silence makes the mind wander and try to fill the void. Listening to music is the way forward
We all have arguments from time to time, it is part and parcel of human life. We all need to get along together and there is more need when we all live together in a house. Here we are going to look at some skills and tips to save the day and bring the situation back towards harmony again.
When you imagined living in a student house or sharing a room, did you imagine it would be the best fun ever and you would instantly bond with everyone? Well, we’re sorry to be the bearers of bad news but living with other peoples’ drama, and the stress of Uni can make for an ‘interesting’ experience.