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30 March 2020

As we self-isolate due to coronavirus, Viren Swami, Professor of Social Psychology at ARU, offers some tips for staying healthy and maintaining our well-being. Read more…

4 March 2020

For any third year, the future can be a scary concept. You have that feeling as you head into your final semester or trimester that now you need to plan out the rest of your life. Read more…

24 February 2020

As I approach the end of my third year studying psychology, I have decided to look back at the elements that have been a highlight for me. If you're preparing for university, hopefully it’ll help you get excited about what the next years will bring. Read more…

17 January 2020

In one trimester, I’ve found that ARU is indeed the place for me. I don’t know how many times I’ve mentioned that I love my course but hey, let's say it again - I absolutely adore it. Read more…

27 November 2019

I started at ARU in 2008, as an undergraduate student. Having experienced the culture and the environment of the University first-hand during my studies, in 2013 I joined the staff as a lecturer. Read more…

27 November 2019

As a Sport and Exercise Science student, my main sport is hockey, which I play at uni and for my home club. I also run in my spare time – and this year I'm stepping it up a bit, by taking part in the Cambridge Half Marathon 2020. Read more…

27 November 2019

When your name is Yingang Du ('Du' means civil engineering in Chinese, and 'Yingang' to guide someone on steel/concrete design), it makes sense to take civil engineering as your career. Read more…

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