For the last three years, March has been one of my favourite months at university because it means that the Loughborough University Dance Comp is just around the corner.
So I’m all settled into the new semester and still incredibly excited to be back! Although, things are sometimes a bit tough with balancing the social and academic calendar…
March came around quicker than I would have liked. Other than signalling that I’m now half way through my degree after receiving my semester one marks, at the end of this month I’ll be officially leaving my teenage years behind.
Eeeeeek! It has already been over two busy weeks since I arrived in Sydney and I can truly say that I am loving it so far! Although two weeks is a relatively short time, I’ve experienced a range of crazy emotions that I’ve never felt before. The fact that I was moving countries only kicked […]
STEM is an acronym used to encompass the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Every year for the past five years the University hosts a STEM inspired Community Day, an event I loved participating in last year and this year will be no different.
Combine irregular patterns of working, sleeping, eating and drinking with a tight financial budget, and it can often be a real challenge to sustain a balanced lifestyle whilst living as a student. During this week – “Nutrition and Hydration Week” – there is a global focus on how important these two factors are in contributing […]
Hey everyone, happy World Book Day! To celebrate I thought I’d interview some people around the University to get a range of books for you guys to try. (FYI- this is a ‘Fifty shades’ free zone).
As it’s World Book Day, I thought I’d share four of my favourite books that, in all seriousness, have most definitely shaped who I am as a person (that cliché, though).
As an English undergraduate, I do not have to sit exams. Interestingly, many students who do have exams label me as ‘lucky’.
The ‘Loughborough University Halls Experience’ is something which is hard to explain to those who have never experienced it.