No matter your poison, there's a society for almost anything, from drum and bass to gospel choir to good ol' poker. But what if you join a society and it's not how you imagined?
If there's one thing that second and third year at uni shows you, it's that you shouldn't move in with your loved one.
Think students. What do you think of? Partying? Sticky floors? Strobe lights? Locals in clubs pretending they're twenty years younger than they actually are? You probably don't think about students being introverts.
71% of students are suffering from study-related stress. 39% of students are worried about finding a job after uni, while relationships stress out another 23% If you find that you fit into one of these groups, then don't worry. You're not alone. Here are four easy ways for you to begin boosting your happiness. Sure it won't increase overnight, but step by step you'll become happier.
It's no secret that students like to listen to music whilst studying. Whether they're screaming in melody to Slipknot or walking side to side with Ariana Grande, students have always found music to be an effective studying tool. But what kind of music is the best to study to? That's a very good question. Let's explore the answers.
If you're a student who procrastinates then the Pomodoro Technique could help you. You're probably procrastinating now, rather than tackling that essay or assignment that's worrying you.