Tag: Winter

News

Fun in the snow, but at what cost?

As much of the UK was hit with a flurry of snow, UEA was transformed into a picturesque winter wonderland covered in a blanket of the white stuff and as has become tradition, hundreds flocked to enjoy a day of snow-artistry and sledding in a variety of forms. In a normal year, the joy of…

Science

The impact of homelessness on health

There is no confirmed number for how many people are classed as homeless across the UK. One reason for this is that homelessness is recorded differently across the country and also many homeless people do not show up in official statistics at all. Government street counts give a snapshot of the situation but not an…

Fashion

Now Trending

“Florals, for spring? Ground breaking.” We’ve heard it all before, but perhaps we haven’t thought to turn to florals for autumn and winter. This season, think dark and moody trimmed with lace and you’re well on your way to nailing the first major autumn 2019 trend. Another perfect way to channel this trend is to…

Global

US hit by frosty polar vortex

Hospitals in the US have been treating patients for frostbite as temperatures drop to -17C and lower. Chicago saw lows of -30C and -37C in North Dakota, as the ‘polar vortex’ hit the American Midwest in one of the worst cold snaps the regions has seen. The death toll has risen to at least 21,…

Sport

UEA Snow visit Andorra for annual ski trip

Pas de la Casa – ‘Step from home’ This year the ski trip took place in Pas de la Casa 2100, a resort home to the Pyrenees in a little-known country called Andorra. The trip was arranged by the lovely UEA Snow society and NUCO Travel. The trip began outside the LCR at 5pm on…

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