Sounds like a paradox, right? Think this is absolute nonsense and now you’re mildly outraged?
Here’s a picture of me in my third year enjoying the company of Pepper (aka Pep) an adorable Springer Spaniel.
If that’s not convinced you, there’s still pictures of dogs throughout this post to come. Continue reading
Hitch? Now I’m not talking about getting married, or that Will Smith film from the noughties, I’m talking about the wonderful crazy experience that is hitch-hiking.
Bummit is the world’s largest student led charity hitch-hike, unique to the University of Sheffield, with an annual hitch-hike in one day within the UK and another annual hitch-hike in nine days across Europe. Bummit comes from “to bum a lift”, hence bum-it. Continue reading
You’re a Psychology student. It’s Christmas time, food and wine are in full flow, as is the merriment and good cheer, but also the numerous family events. Most of the time you can self-indulge but there’s always the point where you’re met with rather distant one-time-a-year relatives, about whom you know nothing. They hear “university” and they ask, which goes as follows: Continue reading