Hi, I’m Anjali and I’m a final year Politics, Philosophy and Economics student from Manchester! Read my blog to find out the best places to shop ethically in York.
There is so much to do when exploring the city of York, and that can make it tricky to decide where to start. It’s a place that I genuinely love, and hopefully this jam-packed week plan will give you a few ideas that’ll help you fall in love with the city too! Monday It’s your … Continue reading Exploring the city of York!
Hi there! My name is Sophie, and I’m a final-year English and Related Literature student here at York. I love the city as there’s so much to experience: beautiful bookshops, vibrant nightlife, and loads of shops and museums to explore. I’ve recently written a blog post about managing your money as a new or returning student; it’s important to have fun and enjoy your time at university, so keeping on top of your finances is essential to reduce stress. I hope you’ll check it out!
Struggling to find black hair shops? Wondering where to buy Maggi to season your food? Well look no further, DEBORAH IS HERE!! Growing up in London I could always know there was a good black hair shop around the corner. Stepping in you know that there would be Got2Be glue and Eco Styler gel always … Continue reading A little bit of spice… the Afro-Caribbean way!
So, what is campus life really like? By now you might have heard some horror stories; you know, the good, the bad and maybe even the ugly. As a first year student, I am here to tell you my experience and how I have found it living on the University’s campus. Location, Location, Location Living … Continue reading Life on campus – what’s it really like?
Monday I start off the week with a 9am political philosophy lecture. This is one of my favourite modules, but it’s always a struggle to wake up on time! After this lecture ends, I usually head to the library to complete the readings for my seminars. After spending a few hours in the library, I … Continue reading A week in the life of a Politics student
Hi there! I’m Amy, I started a BA in Archaeology and Heritage in October and I’m loving it! The staff are so enthusiastic and happy to help, and my course-mates are lovely. There really is something for everyone on this course from the depths of the paleolithic right up to today: if you’re interested in … Continue reading A day in the life of an Archaeology student
Morning My morning usually starts between 6:30 and 7. Admittedly I’m naturally what my old head teacher referred to as ‘a frightening morning person’. I throw together some breakfast and look through my itinerary for the day: a seminar from 9-11 and a meeting with my supervisor at 12. The seminar notes I made yesterday … Continue reading A Day in The Life of an English Student
Congratulations! You’re thinking about living in York, one of the most beautiful and charming cities in the country. The cobbled roads and winding streets often serve to create a cloud of confusion for the uninitiated student. Fortunately, this fool-proof student guide to York will help you get the most out of the shining gem of … Continue reading A Student Guide to the City of York