’The first and most crucial revelation – Freshers’ week can actually be really hard.’ Having survived three Freshers’ weeks already, Kate McIntosh tells you how to get through your own, as someone who at first nearly didn’t.
’You may pride yourself on having a reasonable memory, however, satisfying your ego really isn’t worth running the risk of forgetting an important commitment.’ Harriet Willis offers organisation tips for staying on top of the chaos that is...
In anticipation of Michaelmas term, Florie Moran offers important self-care tips; from being outside to cooking, it's all about being mindful and aware. And also treating yo' self.
"Reducing throwaway culture at university is actually a lot simpler than it seems." With over 2 million students across the country moving out this June, Features informs us of alternatives to landfill.
Rosie Dowsing questions whether the controversial theme at this year's Met Gala should be seen as insensitive cultural appropriation or a worthy celebration of Catholic art.
As DUBC raise £3,600 for mental health charity, Mind, Features discusses the importance of continuing the conversation during exam season
Hannah Brown interviews Vicky Pryce, author of 'Why Women Need Quotas', about the gender pay gap and the solution for the economic empowerment of all women.