Managing finances is never easy, and it’s especially hard on a student budget, but as long as you’re careful and savvy, you can make sure you stay on track financially. This advice will hopefully mean you’re able to cut down on your spending, and increase your saving, so you can put some money towards whatever you’re saving for, be it a new car, a holiday, a new laptop… Continue reading Tips on Saving for Summer
3 ways to hygge up your Christmas and celebrate the festive season the Danish way! As I cycle through Copenhagen on my route home from classes I start to realise that Denmark is the place to be at Christmas. On my rides to and from University in the city, I have keenly observed the steady construction of markets and the putting-up of the Christmas lights … Continue reading A Hyggelig Christmas: Celebrate the festive season the Danish way!
Every year students attempt to create the perfect Christmas dinner, and no matter how carefully you plan it, things will inevitably go wrong. Last year I did two Christmas dinners, one with my flat and one with a group of friends, and although they were both pretty successful, neither of them ran perfectly smoothly. Between the chicken in a bag that wouldn’t defrost, the pigs … Continue reading How to execute the Perfect Flat Christmas Dinner
I’m sorry, the old Santa can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Because he’s broke. We all know the feeling. The September student loan has nearly been depleted. The Black Friday offers seemed to have everything you had been holding out to buy. The money from the part-time job has mysteriously been spent on food (and maybe alcohol depending on how your month has … Continue reading Christmas Presents on a Student Budget
Our Alternative Freshers’ Guide tells RAZZ readers about the lesser known spots in Exeter that you won’t be hearing about anywhere else… Read it HERE. written by Toby Craddock, Claudia Hogan, Francesca Clausen, Eloise Blondiau, Kelly Robinson, Conor Byrne and Teresa Gale. Continue reading The Alternative Freshers’ Guide
Here are two pieces we just didn’t have space for in our spring issue, both exploring the process of trying to find your way at university. Anna Holden- A second year persepctive Lost in the makings of ourselves How many people can honestly say that they know exactly what they want to do when they leave university? I am one of the many that simply … Continue reading lost at university