Working/revising at home during a pandemic…

Stay at home; the government advice couldn’t be any clearer. Cue people from all four corners of the world scrambling to adapt to studying or working from home, myself included. I’m a postgraduate who over the last couple of weeks has sat my spring semester exams, conveniently timed just as coronavirus began to turn the UK upside down. Cheers 2020! Uni stopped face-to-face teaching a week before I was due to sit them, meaning my exams had to be rapidly adapted to an online format, and done from home. This, combined with moving back to my family home a few days before exams started resulted in a slightly unusual exam season, to say the least!

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Career Fear

As a fourth-year student who’s rapidly approaching the of end of my time at uni, I find myself going through waves of emotions regarding graduating. I definitely feel that I have done more than my fair share of full-time education, and am relishing at the idea of not constantly having an exam or assignment looming in my future. However, doing a degree that isn’t vocational means that my post-uni life pathway currently has a mind-boggling number of branches to explore.

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Broomhill vs. Crookes: Where to live?

If I’ve learnt anything during 3 years at university it is that time flies. You feel like you’ve only just moved out of your family home into the lovely, warm uni accommodation before people are asking where you’re going to live in second year. It can be a daunting prospect when you are completely new to the city, so here is a summary of the two most common student areas to live in Sheffield.

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