Are you bored of cooking the same dishes over and over again, or are you worried about setting your kitchen on fire because of your lack of cooking experience? In this blog, Gunisha draws on her personal experience to provide tips and tricks to make cooking at university a piece of cake. She also shares a fun and easy-to-make Potato Sandwich recipe.Continue reading “Cooking at Warwick: How not to set your kitchen on fire and other practical tips”
Lunar New Year is the most important festival among the Chinese and other Asian communities. Just like Christmas, everyone goes back home, enjoying time with their families and welcoming good and new. Despite the central value of hope and family reunion, it is celebrated in different ways in different Asian countries. Many international students need to spend their new year time away from family too. Having talked with students from various places, blogger Angel introduces a selection of the diversified Lunar New Year celebrations and how students celebrate it in university during term time.Continue reading “Lunar New Year: In the world and at university”
As we return to campus for term two, you may find that Warwick has so much to offer which you might not have discovered yet. Emily shares her five favourite hidden gems of Warwick you may not have heard about before and why they should be a must on your Warwick to-do list!
By Emily Alger.Continue reading “Five of Warwick’s hidden gems”
Has being at home with your family this Christmas made you realise you really miss animals when you’re at university? Before term starts, blogger Iona looks at some ideas to get some time with them this term time.Continue reading “The tails of Rea: Missing pets at university”
As we head into the Christmas holidays, we’ve all probably taken a breather with work and are ready to put our feet up over the festive season. For this week’s blog, Edward talks about one of his passions: reading, and why it is a good idea for you to spend some time getting your head stuck in a good book.Continue reading “You need to read fiction: Here’s why”
As we come to the end of term one, you might have found yourself struggling to balance your studies with everything else going on at university. Before we head into the new year and term two, blogger Abbie considers the difficulties of student life and gives some top tips from interviewing other students about how to best balance between having fun at uni but also working hard and achieving your goals.
By Abbie FarsianiContinue reading “Balancing work and social life at University”
If you’re a finalist at Warwick, there’s always time to stretch yourself and enjoy university before you graduate! Emily shares her top tips to make final year as memorable as possible.Continue reading “The beginning of the end? Advice for finalists”
Next week is the dream week for humanities based students, and the scorn of those doing a ‘real subject.’ Yes, it’s reading week. But unsure of what to do with it? This week, Iona suggests some ideas for making your reading week useful and setting yourself up for a productive second half of term.Continue reading “What is reading week for?”
If you’re joining Warwick this October, you’re probably feeling all sorts of emotions. In this blog, Emily gives her top tips to come to Warwick confident and ready for the big adventure to come!
By Emily AlgerContinue reading “Making the most of first year”