• Fresher’s Memoirs – Day 4: Induction Contradictions

    A new year, a new start. I’ve been here before / It’s all new to me. Just the same old / A strange, different timetable, campus, ID, IT. Last year seems suddenly so far away as I walk into this new term, so Similar / Different compared to last...
  • Graduate Reflections

    University has been deemed a core step in bridging adulthood and by no means is this an exaggeration. The simplest way to describe it? The most extreme way to experience a broad spectrum of different things which inevitably prepare you to cope with whatever comes your way. Let’s face...
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED: POSTGRADUATE OFFICER – Agata Miezaniec

    Agata Miezaniec has been elected as your new Students’ Union Postgraduate Officer for 2018/19. Agata Miezaniec was declared the Postgraduate Officer for the 2018/19 academic year after winning the 4th round of voting, with 692 votes. Newy and Tiara were disqualified. Talking to Impact, Agata said that she was “super surprised,...
  • Conquering ‘The Final Year Panic’

    You’re a first year and someone asks you what you want to do with your life, you tell them it doesn’t matter you have absolutely ages to decide that, years in fact! But then, all of a sudden, you’ve started your final year and you can’t just shrug off...
  • The Masters: Preview

    Spring never comes around fast enough. The dark winter months give way to a combination of sun, rain, rebirth of plant-life and, for the sporting public, The Masters Tournament of golf. The first major of the year is perhaps golf’s most exciting and iconic event. Augusta National Golf Club...
  • Advice: Uncle Sam on Postgrad Studies

    They call him Uncle Sam. The advice giving, suggestion slinging, arm-round-the-shoulder everyman who’s always there for you. Unless he’s too tired that day or too busy or something. He likes helping you help yourselves. He doesn’t like self introductions, lists or irony. “Dear Uncle Sam, I’m in my third...