Easter should be dedicated to family, chocolate and an abnormally large rabbit. Unfortunately for university students, it is also the time for revision. So how do we find a balance?
Easter: Productive in ways that matter
Summer is finally here. You’ve finished rolling your eyes at inexplicably clever friends’ banal “See you at retakes!” comments and the remains of your commitment to themed sports socials are fast leaving you. In short, its time for you to wave goodbye to your University bubble and experience the outside world once more.
summer plans for the organisationally challenged
Wipe those revision/pollen induced tears from your eyes and survey your current study hole. Perhaps you are ensconced in an indecent number of blankets, or maybe you are pulling a Caecilius and have decided to study ‘in horto’. Whatever the case, it’s clear that’s something is missing. That’s right: snacks.
Biphobia - the dislike of, or prejudice against bisexual people - often seems to be swept under the rug. From simply perceiving bisexuality to be experimentation rather than a valid orientation, to shunning bisexual people for “attention seeking”, the issue rarely seems to be drawn attention to.
Biphobia in 2019: an "uncomfortable conversation"
During the holidays, university towns can become sleepier than an undergraduate at a 9 am lecture. Here are some ideas on how to fritter your time away with a little more culture and a little less Netflix.
Spring has sprung like an unruly jack-in-the-box and it is time for everyone to place their noses firmly to the grindstone. But, slowed down by chocolate avocados and barbecue meat as we are, the return to hard work may take more than a little prompting. Enter retail therapy.
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