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Living in quarantine – and how to get through it

It’s been a few weeks now since the UK went into lockdown and the universities across the countries have all shut for the rest of the academic year. This of course means you’re stuck indoors now with nowhere to go, leading to cabin fever. Like all of us, I had no clue what to do with my time now that lectures and seminars are over. Doing work for university can feel a bit same-y and exhausting, and probably the last thing you want to be focusing on every day, so I’ve listed some activities I’ve been doing since returning home.» >

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Sabby Studies

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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. » >

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Cancer Research UK: A Charity making a difference

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In September I participated in the Shine Night Walk for Cancer Research UK. When I signed up I was given a fundraising contact as were all of the other participants. My contact was Chelsie May who was on hand to answer any questions or queries that I had.

Chelsie has answered a few questions about why she works for Cancer Research UK, why fundraising is so important for the charity and how you can get involved.» >

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