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The 5 Most Common Regrets according to recent graduates

In many ways, graduation is akin to death. It’s the death of having all your best friends living five minutes away, the death of your youthful naïveté, the death of living on your own schedule and potentially the psychical death of your liver. Inspired by this article from the Guardian which gave us inspiring life advice from… Continue reading The 5 Most Common Regrets according to recent graduates

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14 Things Only Third Year Students Will Understand

Sometimes third year students get overlooked. Don't worry, we feel your pain. 1. YOU’LL START FEELING UNPREPARED FOR ADULT LIFE People will start talking about all of the graduate schemes they’ve applied for and how complicated the interview processes are and how excited they are to finally get stuck into the adult world of financing/recruitment/PR.… Continue reading 14 Things Only Third Year Students Will Understand

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​Myths Galore, Student Life to the Core: Everything that People Assume About Student Life​

The many misconceptions about student life. The outside world is quick to jump to conclusions about how students spend their time. These stereotypical views are often far-fetched and devalue the student experience. Whether it’s people that have never been to university or those who graduated before you were even born, everyone has an opinion that… Continue reading ​Myths Galore, Student Life to the Core: Everything that People Assume About Student Life​

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To Eat or Not to Eat: The Student’s Guide To When Food Is OK To Eat

As a student, you can't be affording to throw food away all the time, so we've compiled a guide to show you when food is ok to eat and when it should be chucked. Modern society, with all that fast food, 24-hour supermarkets, sell-by dates, use-by dates and Instagram-perfect snaps of food is causing us… Continue reading To Eat or Not to Eat: The Student’s Guide To When Food Is OK To Eat

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10 Staples of Mooting for every Law Student

Mooting is a daunting activity for beginners and experienced mooters. A student, with progresses and experiences in more moots they become less daunting, but it is not a natural experience. Many students who had previously signaled their desire to participate in a moot will, by the date the moot arrives, would rather be anywhere else… Continue reading 10 Staples of Mooting for every Law Student