It is two weeks to the day that the University of Sheffield retained Varsity for the fourth year in succession after beating arch-rivals Sheffield Hallam University 42-35.
With weeks to go until my undergraduate degree is completed, I was thinking about what has defined my time at University, and the answer is Varsity! Continue reading
So recently it was the Student Union elections, and as a member of Forge Press, I attended most of the debates. During the Welfare officer questions, a lot of focus turned to housing and how landlords should be ranked, how more help is needed to make sure students know what their rights are and so on. Continue reading
Back when I was in sixth form, anxiously shifting through a mountain of university prospectus trying to decide which university was for me; I had no idea what I wanted to do with my future career.
All I knew was that I loved politics. I lived and breathed it. I used to read all the newspapers, watch all the political shows and share tonnes of online posts and blogs about recent political events. Continue reading
As I began my third and final year at university, there were a number of things that suddenly struck me.
First, How could I be in my last year of university already? It seemed like just yesterday I was waving to my parents as their car drove out of Endcliffe, sat in the kitchen awkwardly trying to make small talk with my flat mates, struggling to work out the washing machine and realising that I was going to cook pasta for the rest of my life. Continue reading