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Five simple and affordable ways to keep healthy during university

It’s no secret that throughout university, us students can fall into unhealthy habits of consuming one too many Pot Noodles and the only exercise being walking back from the club after a long night out. Whilst these activities can of course be a part of the uni-life, its important to not repeat too many unhealthy… Read more »

Myth-busting common university worries

There are a few stereotypes about being a student – pot noodles, going out all the time – and these can cause future undergraduates to worry about what their life will really be like at uni, but these things don’t have to be true. Five of the most common myths about moving to university and… Read more »

Getting involved with Nerve Media

Recently,  I was able to get involved with Nerve Radio as my friends Tia, Dee and Yasmine run their own radio show! I am a BA (Hons) Communication and Media student and was lucky enough to make an appearance on Valentines day so it gave us a topic to speak about all the way through…. Read more »

How to be a BU student

For those of you starting September this year!! Having been a BU student for four years, there are many tips and tricks I’ve learned during my time here to save time and money here. Here’s a quick blog surrounding all the little things that make life easier – some we wish we knew in our… Read more »

Making halls a home

Moving away from home for the first time can be a very daunting experience for some students. Suddenly, you’re independent, making new friends and moving in somewhere you’ve never lived before. The best way to make your new accommodation feel like a home is to personalise it. Here’s some top tips on how to make… Read more »

Beth’s first term as a BU student

Two years have passed since my parents dropped me off in Bournemouth as an excited but nervous fresher, moving away from home for the first time. It was an incredibly emotional but exciting time for me, moving to a new place with people I didn’t know to start university. The first two weeks were a… Read more »