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18 August 2018

Starting at university is one of the most exciting times of your life. There’s so much going on, so many new people and it can sometimes be a little overwhelming. So here’s a list of things I would recommend doing when you join ARU. Read more…

20 August 2017

When you move into your student accommodation you might come to consider it as a second home. Considering this, you might want to jazz it up a bit to suit your style. Read more…

4 April 2015

Last Friday, I had a great opportunity to travel to London to the National Students’ Union (NUS) Conference. If it doesn`t ring a bell, just check out your NUS card that gives you discounts every day, from printing to travelling. Read more…

11 March 2015

Being a part of the Rep Society as an undergraduate member is so much fun! We just held one of the funniest and most productive meetings of the semester. Representatives came from Cambridge and Essex to share their knowledge. Read more…

13 January 2015

Hello! So I finally got around writing a blog post after a round of mid-terms. But now, we get to relax… until next semester, anyway. I’m kidding (don’t look at me like that… yes, I see you giving me that judgmental look!). Read more…

9 December 2014

I’m Inez, First Year Rep of the shiny brand new course, Business and Human Resource Management. It’s a great combination of business studies and recruitment. How could you pick the right person if you are not sure what the business needs? Here comes the solution from Anglia Ruskin University… Read more…

27 January 2014

Hello, person reading this! I’m Charlotte and I’m the Course Rep for the first year Human Resource Management course in Cambridge. A little bit about me: I am 21 and I live in a town called St Neots. It’s my hometown and the largest town in Cambridgeshire… Read more…

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