How To Survive Dry January

Every year, the population try to commit themselves to all sorts of New Year’s resolutions, but one in particular which has taken Britain by storm is the pledge of Dry January. As I am sure you are already aware, Dry January entails the complete avoidance of alcohol commencing 1st January until the end of the month. Alcohol UK set up the campaign for Dry January … Continue reading How To Survive Dry January

It’s Debatable: Uni Drinking Culture

Buckle up. I hope you’re ready for one of the most brutally honest articles I’ve written. I thought it would be difficult advocating drinking culture at university, because it can so easily become a habit that is hard to break, one of those crutches that we rely on for self-confidence, something we might start to crave because, ultimately, the world feels like a better place a few glasses down and our struggles seem to disappear, like the contents of the glass in front of us. Continue reading It’s Debatable: Uni Drinking Culture

Be Aware, Keep Safe, Have Fun

We, as students, are all too familiar with the standard procedure that ensues on a night out. At the beginning of the night we will almost always pre-drink (for me this is usually a bottle of wine.) Once suitably hammered we then stagger into a nightclub and proceed to order shots, jager bombs and double-whatevers, followed by even more jager bombs. By the end of the night you’re … Continue reading Be Aware, Keep Safe, Have Fun