It's easy to run out of fresh food at university and the stereotypical student is too lazy or poor to do a big shop in their time of need. I've accumulated some essentials, which have saved me throughout my first year, and items which I will definitely be bringing to my new house for second … Continue reading Essential food and drink for university
When the first year of university begins it is a well known fact that you have to create a group chat for you and your new flatmates to communicate and bond over. We have had some interesting choices over the year which have been embarrassing to click on when you're trying to send a sneaky message in the … Continue reading Group chat names explained
There is a connection between the high student suicide/mental health problems and the effectiveness of the services at Bristol. When it comes to student suicide, the university avoids conversation and we receive emails informing us on the deaths, listing ways of getting help in statements. However, once a student actually follows up these suggested help … Continue reading Bristol suicides
1,500 students skiing and drinking on a mountain, what could go wrong?
March was a lot of fun and I've been really happy, so I've written some things that have been going on for me in the month, like a mini diary: Clean Freak I managed to get a contract for my flat mate, Martha, to do all my washing up until Easter if I bought her … Continue reading What I’m up to
All girl flats. Three words that conjure up a hundred different stereotypes and a fair few adolescent fantasies. People think our periods sync as accurately as their iTunes, that all we do is engage in pillow fights and bitch fests, that we loathe beer and despise toilet humour. As someone who has survived (and thrived) … Continue reading Love my females
The six types of people you always see during a uni fire alarm: We all know the feeling. You’re lying in bed, starting to think about finally doing some work, when the cursed fire alarm goes off. No one wants to do that catwalk of shame. If you’re not in first year, you might say … Continue reading Fire alarm fashion