Hey Millennials, here’s how thinking digitally can help you get a job!

Hey Millennials, here’s how thinking digitally can help you get a job!

Words by Mike Ryder. It started in September 2007. I had just quit an engineering degree to start a BA in English with Creative Writing at Brunel. At the time, I wanted to be a writer. I already had experience writing a few (unpublished) novels, and had done a fair bit writing for various newsletters [...]

#DISSERTATIONARTILLERY

#DISSERTATIONARTILLERY

Words by Gemma Hirani. More often than not, you find yourself having five mental breakdowns a week when you’ve got a dissertation to write. The pressure of having to write around 10,000 words – coherent words – is absolutely daunting. However there are little things you can be doing (and using) to help yourself feel [...]

Living Off Campus – More Social than you Think

Living Off Campus – More Social than you Think

Words by Chloë Sibley Not everyone at university goes down the usual route of living in halls for first year and then moving into a shared house. I’ve commuted from home for my first two years at Brunel University London, and its proven to be a lot cheaper. But one concern that some people have [...]

Fresher Feast: 5 recipes that’ll have your flatmates thinking you’re Gordon Ramsay

Fresher Feast: 5 recipes that’ll have your flatmates thinking you’re Gordon Ramsay

Words by Alex Williams I was an awful cook when I started university, a real idiot sandwich. Across the last few years I have managed to perfect some sneaky recipes any kitchen rookie can master, it'll even give the illusion that you know exactly what you’re doing. Sharing kitchens and dealing with housemates ever-expanding washing [...]