All posts tagged Freshers

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To Fucking Meningitis

Without meaning to sound like an absolute plonker, I do believe that the number 3 is rather significant in life…ok, wait, before you roll your eyes and turn the page […]

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FIVE ways National Theatre Live has revolutionised theatre

Recently I have been to my first National Theatre Live showing, and I shall be going again to see future broadcasts. Here are a few of my thoughts on why […]

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Introverting and Extroverting

My first couple of weeks at QMUL have been, well, not quite a disaster. Sure, I haven’t starved (yet) and my laundry is even the same size and colour as […]

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Easy Meatballs

This week, my house decided that we needed comfort food. It’s been a big week, after all. Our last first day of uni, the culture shock that comes with having […]

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Virginity: What Have You Got to Lose?

Virginity has seemed to have held a high status within human culture throughout the ages. Back when religion weighed heavily on societal and moral values virginity was considered a virtue […]

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Food on the Move

By now, I should probably have come up with a plan for the Fresher’s Week and post-Fresher’s Week period. It happens every year, after all, and every year I find […]

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Results Day: Career paths for GCSE and A-level students

If you have recently received you’re A-level results, you will, most likely, have been in education for 10 years – or 8 years if you received your GCSE results. You forced yourself to go to sleep the night before, and a few hours later you are […]

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How to find your student house in the city 

Moving out of halls can leave us with a huge job on our plates: finding your first student house. Luckily, we’ve piled up a few reasonable pointers to guide you […]

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No Eggs, No Bacon

There are really only a certain number of conversations you can have when starting a new part time job. After you’ve exhausted the ‘so where are you from?’ and ‘what […]