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Top three tips for finding accommodation on placement

If you’re reading this, you’re probably halfway through your application for your future placement, killed that phone interview and you’re seriously thinking to move to a completely new city to embark on probably one of the most exciting adventures after freshers week. Yes, it is equally exciting and scary, but you’ll soon learn that the…

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Chinese New Year 2020

What’s on for 2020 Chinese New Year in Sheffield    It’s the year of the Metal Rat in Chinese culture, and it is said to be a particularly luck filled year for almost all zodiac signs! As with regular custom it’s also said that if it’s the year of the animal you were born in,…

How to beat those January ‘Blue Monday’ blues

Blue Monday The third Monday of January is nationally known as ‘Blue Monday’ and supposedly is the most depressing day of the year. It’s been three weeks since New Year’s, and Christmas is now out of sight. Here are just a few simple ways you can try to improve your ‘Blue Monday’, and make it…

Get ready for graduation!

By Rachel Measures, Masters in PR. Graduation booking is now open! For all those eligible to graduate this November, it’s an exciting time where you can start planning everything for that special day. Like you, I will be graduating this November (it’ll be my second time, so I’m a pro now), but I also work…

Shop local – discover the Moor Market

By Charlotte Bradshaw, MA Multimedia Journalism. Whether you’ve just arrived in Sheffield or lived here for some time, we all enjoy finding something new to love about this amazing city. Mine started with The Moor Market. The Moor Market is situated part way down the Moor, reminiscent of Sheffield’s (700-year-old!) market history. As you enter you’ll soon…

Living at home whilst studying

By Lois Ponsford, MA Multimedia Journalism. As a student at Sheffield Hallam, I spent my undergrad and now my postgrad living at home. I am fortunate in that I already lived in a city with two great universities that offered courses I wanted to study. I’ve had a great 4 years living at home whilst studying…

How to find a graduate job

By Rachel measures, masters in PR. It’s that time. You’ve left university and now you have to get an actual full time adult job… eek. I’m in exactly that position myself with my masters finishing soon and my current job on a temporary contract. It’s slightly scary but here are a few tips to try…