After the buzz of the recent RUSU elections, 4th year psychology student Rachel Wates was announced as the new Diversity Officer for the 2020/21 year.Read More »
Author Archives: Sabita Burke
Last month, I told you about some of my favourite study YouTubers, or StudyTubers, who help motivate me to crack on with the work I have to do on those days when I just really don’t want to get out of bed. Personally, I find watching other students getting their productive on truly inspiring and it often gives me the little push of motivation that I need.
While these videos, from ‘study with mes’ to revision tips, can be helpful to the point of inspiring you to become a better person, I am also aware of the dangerous student culture of comparing oneself to others. » >Read More »
The University is set to ban the raising and shooting of pheasants and other birds on its land, writes our Sub Editor Sabita Burke.Read More »
Welcome back to my study column– a safe place to discuss all things studying and motivation. January is a particularly heavy time for us students, mentally and emotionally. The Christmas fun is over, and it’s back to the grind as we return to our library sessions. Also, on top of that, the dreary weather certainly doesn’t help. Therefore, I’ve brought together a list of my 5 favourite Study YouTube, or StudyTube, channels to help get you into that motivated mindset. » >Read More »