Described as Sheffield’s biggest ever party, Tramlines Festival will take place next month at its new 40,000-capacity home of Hillsborough Park.
With a strong line up across three days, both at the park and Fringe venues across the city, there is no shortage of choice.
To help you narrow it down and plan your weekend, here are our picks of who you should see between 20 and 22 July. Continue reading
The year is swiftly drawing to a close in a haze of revision, deadlines and exams, and for sad third years, the final weeks of Sheffield life are passing them by. To help you squeeze every last drop of life out of the city before returning to your drab home town, here’s a bucket list to tick off, to do the things you’ve been talking about doing for the past three years, all before you step on the train to true adulthood. Continue reading
Self-care is incredibly important, especially at this time of year when exams and deadlines are looming.
But self-care is often used as a hackneyed buzzword for things like ‘taking a bath’ or ‘having a pamper evening.’
So here are a few practical tips and tricks on how to look after yourself properly when things get too much. Continue reading
With exam season approaching, for most students the last thing you want to be doing is exercising. You’ll be spending your life in the library for the next couple of months and the only respite that seems appealing is sitting in front of Netflix and switching your brain off. However, the endorphins released when you exercise are a great way to relieve yourself of the stress caused by revision and impending exams. So here’s three ways to stay active during exam season without trying too hard. Continue reading
When you come to university it sometimes seems impossible to find the time to exercise and maintain an active lifestyle. What with lectures, deadlines, socialising and part-time jobs, often keeping fits falls to the bottom of the priority list. But this doesn’t have to be the case. I’ve designed some options for how to spend an active day in Sheffield so that when you’re next feeling weighed down with essays and exams or just fancy a day out with your friends, you’ll have plenty of ideas to choose from. Continue reading
University isn’t a walk in the park for anyone, let alone if you have a mental health problem. So when you combine this with alcohol it becomes a dangerous concoction. This is what happened to me.
I came to university in September 2016 in recovery from anorexia, depression and social anxiety. Before uni I’d never been drunk and didn’t plan on ever getting drunk but was happy to have one drink to fit in with how I thought university life was going to be. I can’t speak for international students, but in Britain there’s a perception that uni is a series of drunk antics, wild parties and occasionally a bit of work; while this is true to an extent, it’s definitely an exaggerated version. Continue reading