So, Semester Two has come around and most students are already feeling the stress of tackling new challenges and piles upon piles of coursework. As a (mostly) organised student, I thought I’d share some of my best tips on how to keep your head above water whilst you might feel like you’re drowning in deadlines!
It’s my first ever blog and I’m really excited to be sharing my experiences at Loughborough University with you all!
Thursday 2nd February 2017 marked the day of the worldwide #TimeToTalk campaign which was dedicated to recognising the power of conversation in tackling mental health conditions.
I’m going to take the opportunity of this month’s blog to speak about my brief encounter with the University’s student support services, the Disability Office in particular.
Hey guys! Valentine’s Day is here, and there’s so many things you can do with your special gal, guy or pals in Loughborough.
Hey, my name is Jessica and I’m a 2nd year PhD student. I study part time so my course is expected to last 5 years.
Having already completed nearly half of my placement, I thought I would share my experience of being on the ‘other’ side of university life.
So I’ve finally arrived back in England after six months of studying and travelling Australia!
Dear my lovely readers, I hope you are all well, and excited for the holiday period. As I was writing this, I was on the train from Loughborough back to London.
I’ve always been one for travel, whether it’s closer to home and a quick camping trip to Wales, or sampling basically every culinary dish I could in Singapore.