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How UniDosh will help you make some easy money

We’ve all been there. You’re coming to the end of your loan, and you’re living off beans, pasta and Sainsbury’s vodka. You ...

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Queer Eye - Lessons in self-love

Netflix's latest, explosive phenomenon Queer Eye manages to do in eight episodes what many others fail to achieve; a cult-like following based on ...

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Take a wellbeing day, without an ounce of guilt

The academic year follows a constant rotation of deadlines. Holiday waypoints signal a break in studying. Reading weeks are often used to ...

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How UniDosh will help you make some easy

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Queer Eye - Lessons in self-love

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Take a wellbeing day, without an ounce of

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How UniDosh will help you make some easy money

Joseph Black, co-founder of UniDosh, details how this easy-to-use app will ease those money blues

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Queer Eye – Lessons in self-love

Netflix’s latest phenomenon are small lessons in how to love yourself and how to see the beauty in others

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Take a wellbeing day, without an ounce of guilt

How often do you take some time for yourself? James Johnson gives you six tips to take some time for you, and why you shouldn’t feel guilty about it

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To the sober student

Aneesa Piracha describes how she navigates her social life as a sober student at university

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‘Tinder’ for flatmates

‘Campusboard’ launches a new flat-share feature that helps university students find flatmates and spare rooms with just a few clicks

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Another ‘unconventional’ gap year

Alex Hope recounts his memorable experience as an anti-poaching ranger for rhinos and the challenges he faced whilst living in South Africa

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How to hygge: a student abroad’s guide

Deadlines and bad weather got you down? Calypso April explains the Danish concept of ‘hygge’ and how to apply it to your everyday life

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Creativity and student life: through the eyes of an artist

Angela Latchkey details the struggles she had as a creative within the student atmosphere and how it has helped her art today

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Manchester and the history of HIV/AIDS

In light of LGBT History Month 2018, James Huyton recounts the winding history of HIV/AIDS and a city that fought to overcome the stigma

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Five podcasts to feed the curious soul

James Johnson lists some podcasts that are sure to enrich your mind

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It’s time we talked about LGBT hate crime more

James Huyton speak candidly to The Mancunion about LGBTQ hate crime, how we can recognise it, and what you can do to combat it

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How to apply for mitigating circumstances

Thinking you might need to apply for mitigating circumstances but not sure what to do? Senior advisor, Rebekah Ollerenshaw, advises how it should be done