All posts tagged train

Margate: The Ultimate Stay-cation

If, like me, you are mere seconds away from tears at all times of day and haven’t slept properly since mid-June, perhaps you need a break. You’ve been dreaming of […]

Unity Society – A group of students raising awareness and supporting student wellbeing, because mental health matters.

For the last year and a half, I have dedicated my column (http://cubmagazine.co.uk/category/columns/wereallmadhere/page/6/)  to writing all things mental health, including, the support currently available to QM students: http://cubmagazine.co.uk/2017/11/the-garden-of-live-flowers/  http://cubmagazine.co.uk/2018/05/the-sus-study-well-initiatives-genuine-support-or-not-addressing-the-real-issues/  http://cubmagazine.co.uk/2018/06/are-we-in-a-student-suicide-crisis-numbers-are-rising-and-is-anything-being-done-about-it/  […]

The Commuter Review – Liam Neeson’s Particular Set of Action Hero Skills Stand Out in a Film That Still Comes a Little Off The Rails

In 2008, with the release of Pierre Morel’s Taken, the unthinkable happened: rugged Irish thespian Liam Neeson, known for his award-nominated roles in films such as Schindler’s List and Michael […]

5 types of Commuters you’ll see this Christmas

As the semester draws to an end, students across the country will be commuting back home to spend the holidays with their families. The Christmas rush is a hectic time to travel, what […]

Homesick? Save yourself 50% off your ticket home with GWR’s 16-25 Railcard!

You are in an unfamiliar world, working on your perceptions of university life as you move to a different place, constantly trying to find the best way to do things. […]

Kenza

If you are looking for somewhere that serves delicious food and showcases live entertainment, then you need look no further than: ‘Kenza’. Kenza serves authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, […]

Top Golf

Reckon you could be the next Tiger Woods? Top Golf is a new modern golfing complex that combines great entertainment, great food and a great experience. So overall, it is […]

Underbelly Festival at London’s Southbank

Exam season is coming to an end. It is time to put your books down, allow your skin to see the sunlight again, and to breathe a HUGE sigh of […]

Year Abroad. Part 18: Essaix-en-Provence

And at last, my friends visited. Early morning flights means early morning landings, and I was there to welcome them, beret on head, sign in hand. There were 5 of them, […]