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22 November 2019

Chelmsford was once described by Charles Dickens as 'the dullest and most stupid spot on the face of the Earth'. Thankfully, it’s come a long way since 1835 and the small riverside city is now teeming with things to do! Read more…

4 July 2019

Ever find yourself cooped in your room because you’re too scared to meet someone new? Or maybe because you like your comforts so you’d rather not tarnish that. Social anxiety can be overwhelming, I can only imagine you having butterflies, maybe slightly nauseated… Read more…

7 September 2018

Campus life could be your best experience; here are some of things I recommend doing in your first weeks at university. Read more…

10 August 2018

University academically challenges you no matter what course you do. Some modules may be easy, some hard. At the end of the day we all take something from the entire time we learn at University. My first year was comprised of various modules that were all challenging in their own way. Honestly… Read more…

9 November 2017

I consider my experience studying computer science as one that reinforces the fact that women are very capable when it comes to studying computer science as a major. Perseverance is the word! Do it afraid if you have too. I didn’t just survive but had a remarkable outcome. If I can do it… Read more…

18 July 2017

Audio and Music Technology lecturer Steve Oxnard talks about rising demand for those skilled in the art of audio processing and manipulation - and opportunities to start a course in September. Read more…

11 March 2015

Course reps are the ‘nerves’ of the Students’ Union. There is at least one for each course or (more ideally) one for each year of a given course…totalling up to quite a few hundred. You can become a course rep by winning the annual election… Read more…

5 February 2015

An amazing place is not necessarily behind a professor’s old wardrobe… I found one just down in London! More stimulating than a tiger in the boat, and more empirical than a Vienna Circle meeting… Read more…

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