Studying for upcoming finals can be nail-bitingly stressful - it’s easy to forget to take care of yourself, not to mention the planet. You don’t have to stress! With these small daily changes and sustainable study must-haves, doing what you can as an eco-friendly student will be a breeze.
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Want to celebrate the wonderful friendships you’ve made at university? Host a Friendsgiving! While Thanksgiving is traditionally a US holiday spent with family members and relatives, Friendsgiving is an alternative holiday set aside to prioritize friendships and spend time with your chosen family.
The scariest part of Halloween isn't the ghouls or the ghosts - it's the amount of waste generated by all those spooky decorations. Halloween costumes sold by some of the UK's biggest retailers contain the plastic equivalent of 83 million plastic bottles, a study suggests*. However, there are a few simple ways to reduce the environmental impact of your Halloween celebrations.
Going from A-levels to a university degree can be a challenging experience. Not only are you dealing with an entirely new set of people, but your schedule and workload is totally different too.
Trying to figure out what types of student accommodation are on offer? Whether you’re a first-year looking for some advice or you’re a seasoned student looking for a change of scenery, there are several options open to you.
Reimage. Recreate. Restore.
The theme of World Environment Day 2021 is “Ecosystem Restoration,” and the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration will be launched. Growing trees, greening cities, rewilding gardens, changing diets, and cleaning up rivers and coasts are all examples of ecosystem restoration. This is the generation that can improve our harmonious living with nature.
When it comes to making the most of what London has to offer, Zone 1’s Therese House in Islington is the perfect base.
London is recognised all over the world for its universities, history and culture, but it’s also worth knowing that many of the longstanding locals have a special way of speaking known as Cockney slang.
Location Bramall Court is located on Alderson Road, just outside the city centre, which means you can easily get into the beating heart of Sheffield with its amazing bars, pubs and other attractions.