• A Travel Disaster: Malaysia

    Our first trip venturing outside the gates of Univillage, our university accommodation in Semenyih, entailed nine newly found friends adventuring to the tropical island of Tioman, Malaysia. Contains content some readers may find disturbing. After a lengthy journey involving an hour taxi ride to Kuala Lumpur, a five-hour night...
  • 8 Productive Quarantine Activities for Students

    Are you bored in the house and in the house bored?

    Besides actually doing the work for your degree (and who really feels like doing that at the moment), there is an awful lot of time to fill whilst we sit and wait for this lockdown to end. So, here...
  • How Coronavirus Has Affected My First Year University Experience

    First year of university is meant to be the perfect opportunity for you to become accustomed to life as a student and meet new friends without the same level of academic stress that second and third years face. Coronavirus has however put this life on hold and has meant...
  • Being Back at Home – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Most of us are probably back home, with our second semester being cut short suddenly. Just as we finally settled down and got comfortable after the Christmas break, it was time to up and leave. And now that we’re home for a long period of time, we’ve had to...
  • ‘Appy to Have Around

    I once had a maths teacher that would proudly state to the class “You won’t have a calculator on you in the real world” as he set another mental arithmetic test....
  • Ten Free Hidden Gems For Your Trip To London

    Are you planning a trip to London in the holidays or attending a networking conference for the weekend and wondering what to do in your spare time? Well don’t worry because I have your lowdown on the best free – yes, that’s right FREE – hidden gems in London,...
  • How easy is it to eat vegan as a student?

    From November 1st, I set myself the challenge of eating vegan for a month. I say challenge, but for some people being vegan is just normal life. But as a full dairy and meat consumer, I knew for me it would be a personal challenge. I set out to...