Every year in February. One week of no lectures and seminars. The week when students either scramble home, or catch up with long-due essays and revisions. Some call it Reading Week, others know it is Do Something...
Even though the Student Services (STS) building is wedged between the Square, Union House and the library, and is at the centre of UEA’s campus, it still feels slightly out of the way. I’m sitting in a...
I’m sitting in a room talking to a man. I can’t be more specific than that. We’re eating dinner - spaghetti bolognese. He’s a former drug dealer from South London. Between the ages of 18 and 20,...
Ella Rowdon and Felix Brown are the directors of Wasp, a play responding to the discussion of mental health at UEA after a number of suicides and student deaths at the university in the past year. The pair...
I never give much thought to my New Year’s resolutions until that weird time between Christmas and New Year when no-one’s quite sure who they are or what they’re doing. It seems this week, the idea of...
It can be disheartening to work so hard on an assessment, only to receive a ‘bad’ grade and for many people, it can make them question why they are even at university and why they should continue.