From the 23rd to the 25th of July, Tramlines will be taking place in Hillsborough Park. The sold-out event is Sheffield’s biggest festival and won the Best Metropolitan Festival in 2019. This line-up comes long-awaited after the festival was cancelled … Continue reading The Tramlines Lineup: everything you need to know
Last month Uni of and Hallam students joined forces to protest in support of students rent striking and occupying buildings. The protestors are fighting for a 30% rent rebate and support from the universities as they claim they could not … Continue reading University of Sheffield and Hallam Students Protest Rent Strikes
What better way to declare your love for someone than on a Facebook page followed by almost 3,500 Sheff students? Today we’re going to cover 10 of the best Western bank cuties and IC crushes posted on the Sheffessions’ romantic … Continue reading The 10 most entertaining Sheffatuation posts
Cats of Crookes started in the first lockdown after the owner joked with a friend about all the pictures of local cats they’d collected on their daily walks. Now, it has 1,535 followers and over 70 posts, with submissions pouring … Continue reading Cats of Crookes
After weeks of online campaigning and 5,749 votes, the seven new SU officers were chosen from 32 candidates. This is the second time the council has been entirely female-led, and this year, we made progress with three women of colour … Continue reading Meet the new SU officers at the University of Sheffield!
April 12th is the second big step in the UK’s lockdown easing, and many Sheffield cafes, pubs, restaurants, and shops will reopen for locals to enjoy. Here’s our list of which local businesses you should visit this week! 1. Best … Continue reading Here are the best businesses reopening in Sheffield on April 12th
The already suffering high streets of the UK have lost even more businesses as COVID-19 forced nationwide lockdowns restricting shopping and eating in city centres. What has shut? Many chain shops and restaurants have shut their doors to Sheffield locals … Continue reading How has Sheffield city centre changed due to COVID-19?
From this week, you will be able to meet up to six people outside, and with a heatwave on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of Sheffield’s many parks for a picnic. 1. Endcliffe Park Endcliffe Park … Continue reading 6 best picnic spots in Sheffield
As we approach the end of lockdown and have a heatwave predicted for summer, there’s so much to look forward to. Here are the best things going on in Sheffield. Tramlines The annual festival in Hillsborough Park takes place from … Continue reading What to look forward to as lockdown eases in Sheffield
Following recent government guidelines, courses with essential face to face teaching returned to campus on the 8th of March. These courses had significant practical elements, such as medicine or performing arts courses. April The government will reassess the return to … Continue reading Everything you need to know about the return to campus teaching at the University of Sheffield