• Going green?

    6 easy tips for making your summer life greener! If you’ve ever thought to yourself that it is about time to start living a more sustainable life, here are 6 easy steps for you to start doing so this summer! Going green can reduce your expenses and lead to a healthier lifestyle for you, your […]

  • My lockdown reading list

    If you’re like me and used to be such an avid reader before starting uni, this post is for you. I used to go through book after book in no time. Reading 5 novels within a week? No problem. This changed quite a bit, however, when I started university. When reading so much daily, not […]

  • Why grades aren’t everything

    Many students are right now studying hard in order to give their very best in final exams and essays. When our entire lives revolve around student life it’s easy to get caught up in the world of reading, writing, and of course, the grades. If we’re close to graduating the pressure we feel from ourselves […]

  • How to improve your linkedin page for summer internships

    Even though it can be difficult to see what the summer prospects will turn out to be this summer, there are still lots of opportunities to work and improve the little things from home you never managed to find time to do before. This could be relearning languages long forgotten, rewriting your CV, try out […]

  • Choosing your dissertation topic

    Our last essays have been handed in, exams are soon over and it seems as if this is going to be our longest summer ever (thanks corona). But as a third-year student, we still have one little assignment yet: dissertation topic! Which to be honest has been kiiiinda hard and frustrating to figure out when […]

  • Get involved with Dusa Media!

      As the year has come to an end and the final issue of the Magdalen has been released, I wanted to talk about getting involved with DUSA media’s as they’ve just opened for applications for the following year!  I’ve been writing for the magdalen magazine since my first year at uni, working as the […]

  • The importance of exercise

    It is very strange how quickly everything has changed: from going about my day, going to work, uni, gym, walks, to suddenly rushing for home while leaving everything back in what quickly felt like a ghost town. I usually like being able to mentally prepare for the next steps I plan, but in this case, […]

  • Finding faith in the midst of fear

    As my friend expressed it the other day “It’s so odd being a part of something that will be a part of the history books of the future!” It is indeed an interesting time to be alive in today, and with all the uncertainty and fear going around, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. I find […]

  • Equality, not superiority: What it means to be a Feminist

    Feminism is a term we are all familiar with. It is the word we use to perceive equality, to give women a voice and to make the world listen. It is a word we should be proud to use, a word with meaning. Or, that is what feminism is supposed to be about, that is […]

  • How to handle stress at uni

    It’s that time of the semester again: while trying to balance a social life, a job, exercising and keeping up with uni you somehow suddenly got way behind all uni work and the stress is about to kick in. If you’re one of the lucky ones with tutor’s striking or a reading week coming up […]