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Claudia Cole, a creative writing & film studies graduate from London. When she’s not spending her time writing, you can find her obsessing over films or doing what most twentysomething graduates are doing, trying to get to grips with adulting.


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The Hunt Review: A satirical thriller about our political division The Hunt
Twelve strangers wake up in a clearing. They don't know where they are, or how they got there. They don't know they've been chosen… for a very specific purpose … The Hunt. Six months after its initial release, the highly anticipated and controversial film, The Hunt, hits the big screen. Originally scheduled to release in September, the film was shelved...
How to make your uni room feel like a sanctuary Bedroom
Our bedrooms should be our safe haven, right? But with several assignments to write and exams to study for, that may not be the case, and our rooms often become neglected. So, if you’re looking to discover the best ways to transform your room into a heaven-like sanctuary, here are some simple suggestions. Light, neutral coloured...
Not enjoying uni so far? Here’s what you can do. student
Starting university is a life-altering experience. It’s also one that's often claimed to be the ‘best years of your life.’ It's no surprise when we find ourselves comparing our journey to built-up expectations. Yet, the reality of student life can be tough and may have fallen short of what you envisioned. Reasons for this could...
5 ways to cope with unemployment after university
So, you’ve finished university and the graduation ceremony has come and gone. The question that usually follows is, what now? There is, undoubtedly, a tremendous pressure on graduates to secure a job, preferably one that makes use of their degree. So, if you find yourself unemployed sometime after graduating, it’s easy to feel down. As...
A beginner’s guide to tackling an assignment writing
With ‘fresher’s week’ long gone and having settled into student life, you may already be familiar with the uneasiness and daunting sensation that fills within after being given your first set of assignments. Therefore, it’s likely that you have made the unsaid promise of getting started early. Even us award-winning procrastinators have done it! But...
5 things to consider before saying “Yes” to a job offer job offer
There is nothing more exciting than receiving that long-awaited call. After endless hours of job searching, filling out numerous application forms and enduring palm sweating interviews, you’re finally met with the news you’ve been longing to hear. You’ve got the job! It’s certainly something worth celebrating, especially if you had your eye on the job...
5 ways to cope with univeristy stress University stress
For many students, the final few months that concludes the current academic year may include a bundle of stress. Whether you’ve got several assignments due or back-to-back exams, it’s all understandable. It may seem like the stress is endless. How you cope with the stress, however, can have serious effects on your health. A survey...
5 ways to stay on top of university stress
For many students, the final few months that concludes the current academic year may include a bundle of stress. Whether you’ve got several assignments due or back-to-back exams, it’s all understandable. It may seem like the stress is endless. How you cope with the stress, however, can have serious effects on your health. A survey...