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How to live the ‘not-so-broke’ student life
If you ask someone what they want most out of life, you’ll get a whole variety of answers. Love. Happiness. Education. Travel. But if you ask a university student what we want most out of our lives (as of right now, at least) and we’ll all say the same thing; money. Whether you’re saving for ...
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University Life According To Emojis
I thought I’d do something fun and lighthearted, and let’s be honest, we all love emojis. They describe our feelings when we don’t quite have the words. A crying cat, a little pixelated robot alien, and a poo with eyes. Magical. This post is university life: according to emojis. I hope you enjoy. The first ...
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Being Malaysian in Nottingham
Having been here for almost 3 years, Nottingham is starting to grow on me. But, I’ve got to admit, Nottingham is worlds apart from my home country of Malaysia. Here are some things that I believe Malaysian students like me would definitely miss about our home country: 1.You miss Malaysian food I can proudly ...
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