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11 June 2020

As I’ve been on this journey as a student, I’ve realised that skipping breakfast and then having a two-hour lecture on crime at 9am probably isn’t the best idea… but you probably knew that anyway. However I have come across a few tips and tricks to be able to eat healthily on a budget and trust me… Read more…

11 June 2020

I can’t believe we’re halfway through the year already – June! That crept up on me a little bit… But June is one of my favourite months of the year as it is time to celebrate everything LGBTQ+ pride! Read more…

9 June 2020

On the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens's death, Professor Valerie Purton discusses his influence on Victorian literature, 20th-century classics and present-day writers. Read more…

12 May 2020

Shakespeare, Shakespeare, Shakespeare. Everyone knows the name. I came to uni not really sure what to expect in terms of how much Shakespeare I’d be doing, but it turns out that my course at ARU offers a nice bit of flexibility. Read more…

12 May 2020

My story of coming to ARU may be slightly different to some people’s, but I’m so glad that I did. It was the best decision I’ve ever made, and I never want my course to end... Read more…

31 March 2020

We asked our Writing and English Literature lecturers for their personal recommendations on books you should read, and other online resources you should check out, before joining one of our BA English Literature or Writing courses. Read more…

31 March 2020

We asked our BA History lecturers to give us their recommendations for a textbook, novel and film that students should try before joining the course. Read more…

31 March 2020

We asked our BA History lecturers to give us their recommendations for a textbook, novel and film that students should try before joining the course. Read more…

31 March 2020

We asked our BA History lecturers to give us their recommendations for a textbook, novel and film that students should try before joining the course. Read more…

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