With university students due to graduate across the next few weeks, after years of hard work, their thoughts have now turned to what’s next. For most, that means getting a job. At the best of times, that’s not easy, but during a pandemic, many feel it’s almost impossible. I visited a student house in Norwich to find out more. This package, created for my Masters’ degree, was played out on … Continue reading “I’ve sent off heaps of applications”: job prospects for graduates
With swearing becoming more common in everyday life, compared to ten years ago, I headed to Norwich Market to ask parents: do you swear in front of your kids? Continue reading Do you swear in front of your kids?
A Norwich university has been forced to postpone its final year students’ summer graduation ceremonies for the second time. Continue reading University of East Anglia cancels graduation ceremonies for second time
In any normal year at the University of East Anglia, societies are a huge part of student life, offering pub crawls, quiz nights, exercise, and, most importantly, friendship. However, with Covid-19 forcing societies online, students have described ‘disappointment’ and feelings of isolation as a result. Continue reading UEA students feel disengaged with online societies
The entertainment company has teamed up with Long Island University to create the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment. Continue reading Jay-Z’s Roc Nation is Educating the Next Generation of Changemakers
This article was originally published on Concrete Online in 2018. UEA has been awarded £12,000 of funding from British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) to increase its development of programmes which use sport and physical activity to aid students with mental health issues. The funding will be used to expand UEA+sport’s exercise referral scheme, which grants students who receive support for their mental health access … Continue reading Sport Grant For Mental Health at UEA