Tag: Living

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Smart Campuses: Patronising or Supportive?

UEA is already its own mini city, a concrete jungle on a much smaller scale. If you wanted, you could live the entirety of your degree off the services provided by the campus. Whilst that does sound sheltered and largely dull, technology companies such as Future Cities are seeking to use campuses as microcosmic testing…

Travel

Travelling to “Dangerous Destinations”

I was scrolling through the segment of the British government website that offers British citizens advice on which countries are currently too dangerous to visit. It cities killings, political instability and theft as some of the reasons why one should not go to a country. Many of the ‘dangerous’ countries that were listed were far…

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A living wage, not a poverty wage

The Living Wage is a simple concept: an hourly rate of £7.65, or slightly higher in London, as independently calculated by the University of Loughborough, based on what members of the public consider a “minimum acceptable standard of living”. Disappointingly, the University of East Anglia has no plans to ensure that its lowest paid members…

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