Part Time Jobs

As many of you will already know, uni students are known for being skint. So for many students its crucial to get a part-time job. I have had 2 part-time jobs while at uni, and I am currently at one and I am loving it. This blog post it to tell you what the important […]

Varsity Series…. Men’s Cricket

Varsity Series…. Men’s Cricket

My Varsity series is continuing, more and more clubs are wanting to get involved which is amazing to see! Mens Cricket… renowned for being a very close club and definitely one of the funniest! I have once again asked the club, 5 questions and I have patiently (may be funny but they are slow on […]

Varsity Series… Netball

So… my Varsity series continues, with Varsity coming closer and closer, I got in touch with the Netball ladies who were happy to answer questions about their Varsity preparations! First up we have Funlola, who is 19, she studies Psychology and plays GK. What does Varsity mean to you? she said  that Varsity to me means representing your […]

Struggles of being Dyslexic in an Academic Environment

So I found out that I was dyslexic in 2014/2015 and this was something which I won’t lie, demoralised me quite a lot actually but also at the same time gave me some answers that I desperately wanted more than anything! I had absolutely flunked my first year of A-Levels which caused another huge confidence […]

Varsity Series… Sports Officer’s view.

Varsity Series… Sports Officer’s view.

I’m loving researching and writing this Varsity series so now it is time to find out our Sport’s Officers opinion. Kennedy Adamu has been our Sports Officer this year and he has now been elected for the role again next year. Because he is our Sports Officer I thought it would be great to get his […]

Varsity Series: Women’s Rugby

So, my varsity series continues, this time we are focusing on my sport, Women’s Rugby. Rugby has been a passion of mine since I was a young girl, I was brought up with Rugby at home when my Dad would watch it on TV. Further to this, my brother played for our local club and […]

Varsity Series… Working out in a Hijab

So, my varsity series continues! This blog is for me, a super interesting one, it is focusing on people who wear a hijab working out. Hijab’s in sport because big in 2016 at the Rio Olympics, when Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first Muslim women athlete competing for the USA to wear a hijab. When she was […]

It’s time to look at Grad Schemes

So I’m halfway through my second year now, I’m not 100% sure whether I want to do a masters or not yet. I’ve decided that I want a career in Security or Intelligence, so a little bit different to the Ancient History and History I am currently doing now. So If I want to go […]

The Students Union Elections

So it is that time again, 5 positions, 31 candidates (yes I worked this out), who will reign victorious? A quick side note – I do not want to offend any of the other candidates, these are just the people I chose to vote for and why! Voting for the Executive Positions is so important […]

Varsity Series… Fencing

Varsity Series… Fencing

Hi there! As part of my varsity series, I’ve decided to visit different, less well know sports in order to see what they do and how they are training for varsity. Today, I visited Fencing! They train at The Roger Bettles Sports Centre in Oadby on Tuesday 8pm-10pm, Thursday 7pm-10pm, Sunday 12-3pm and I went […]

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