Whatever you think of Britain’s unique national adoration for the pub, the reopening of bars on April 12th is a significant date. For many, it represents a light at the end of the tunnel; for others, it’s just what it … Continue reading The 7 best bars in Newcastle
Student life can be expensive. What’s worse is that you’re often just too hungover to cook and really need something to sort you out. This is the point at which those food delivery apps start to look tempting, but they’re … Continue reading Cheap Lunch Deals In Newcastle
With pubs and clubs not open just quite yet, I’m afraid you’re going to have to continue to break the Newcastle student stereotype and enjoy some of the city’s many other quality attractions. Stuck for ideas as to what to … Continue reading 10 things to do in Newcastle
Although you’ll almost always learn to love your student house, finding that dream pick can have a much bigger impact on your year than you think. When you’re searching for your new crib, sometimes the location is perfect, but you … Continue reading Best ways to find student housing in Newcastle
A year ago, you could buy a share (tiny fractions of ownership in companies that are traded on the stock market) of GameStop for around $3-4. The company was viewed as a dying brick-and-mortar video game store with terrible financial … Continue reading What happened to GameStop?
Who doesn’t love a good coffee shop? Whether it’s a first date, hanging out with friends, or time to get some studying done in peace, coffee shops are a nigh-essential part of student life. With libraries limited and people cooped … Continue reading The best coffee shops in Newcastle
Newcastle is a city which is undoubtedly home to many boast-worthy parks. As we move out of winter and towards what should hopefully be the sunnier months of the year, you’re going to need to know which are the best … Continue reading The best parks in Newcastle during covid
Vaccines have come a long way from the days of Edward Jenner and Louis Pasteur. In fact, when it comes to COVID vaccines, countries are spoiled for choice- a race amongst drug companies to produce a vaccine has left us … Continue reading What are the differences between the COVID vaccines?
Whether it was their first year or their last, every student who left home and set off for university in September knew that this year was going to be unlike any other. COVID-19 was looming, and although students were concerned … Continue reading What Newcastle University are doing about student rent and how you can benefit
With the big day just around the corner, it’s very nearly time for you to break out your inner culinary wizard for that special someone. This doesn’t have to be anywhere near as stressful as it can be though. We’ve … Continue reading Easy Valentine’s Day Dinner Recipes