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8 February 2021

University is very different to studying at school and it can be difficult for many people to adjust to the new learning environment (let alone whilst getting used to living away from home if you’ve never done it before). Read more…

9 November 2020

As I'm sat here writing about my first month at Anglia Ruskin University, I can't quite believe that it's already been that long! Time has absolutely flown by since Freshers' Week and I've thoroughly enjoyed every (socially distanced) moment. Read more…

5 November 2020

Moving away to go to university in a city you’re unfamiliar with is rather daunting, to say the least. I can relate. When I first moved to Cambridge from London as an undergraduate a few years ago I felt quite alienated. From my acknowledgement… Read more…

22 October 2020

Right from my first year, the staff members that I’ve met have been supportive and friendly. They have been a huge part of making my experience an enjoyable one at ARU. As a joint honours student, I’ve had the benefit of meeting different circles of staff from Drama and English Literature. Read more…

22 October 2020

Sociology is a hugely broad subject – you can research anything from class and gender, to crime, globalisation and much more! This means there is a lot of resources out there for us students to get through, and here I have put together a shortlist of some of my favourite books and online resources. Read more…

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