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Coping With Homesickness While At University
About a year ago, I wrote a post that alluded to the feelings of homesickness that we all face every now and then. At the time, I was still a fresh-faced first year who couldn’t fathom ever seeing Nottingham as home. Fast-forward a year later and I’m now halfway through second year and happier than ...
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A Friend in Need…
I want you to sift through your memories of the last few years. Do you remember a time when a friend had a crisis? A breakup, a failed paper, maybe? Counselling a friend through a difficult time is one of the almost universal experiences of coming to university. Most people will be away from home ...
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Chinese New Year – Learning About Its Festivities
Chinese New Year (also called the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival) is the most anticipated event of the year in the Chinese calendar and is a FANTASTIC spectacle to witness. Seen as a public holiday here in Singapore, us students were lucky enough to be given time off to observe and enjoy the celebrations ...
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