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Students’ #Brexit or #Remain?

Students’ #Brexit or #Remain?

The student vote in the EU Referendum is incredibly important. Almost 2 million UK students are eligible to vote this week meaning their decision could have a huge impact on the outcome of the referendum. Whether the UK decides to remain or Brexit the outcome will impact on the younger generation’s future who will live with the consequences. Huge efforts…
The importance of accommodation to the student experience

The importance of accommodation to the student experience

‘Home’ is a fundamental part of our lives. Exploring students’ homes in a recent survey we asked people to upload a picture of their favourite thing about their accommodation. Far more than just a place to cook, wash, eat and sleep – students shared images that brought to life experiences and memories that are having a substantial impact on university…
Student Recipes

Student Recipes

Student Street is the home of student insight; it’s where you’ll find the things we observe and discover during our time talking to, and living alongside, students. Wanting to know what's going on in students' kitchens we asked three students to cook us their typical meal.HarryBefore coming to university Harry knew nothing about cooking. Even though his father is a…
Do brands’ ethics matter to students?

Do brands’ ethics matter to students?

S'tudents are often portrayed as being the ethical pioneers. To see if this rings true, our videographer took to the streets to ask some students what branded products they were carrying and whether they considered the ethics of a brand before making a purchase. What did we find out? There is a lack of knowledge about which brands are ethical.…
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Student to graduate

"I feel so lucky to have graduated today because there are so many people in the world without an education. I wish there was less emphasis on drinking and more on meeting people on a real level. I grew up in social housing it’s been really interesting meeting people from such different backgrounds; it’s a real eye opener." “The first…
Growing up with Cystic Fibrosis: My student experience

Growing up with Cystic Fibrosis: My student experience

Being a student is a life changing experience for everyone; but Jodie's university years have been particularly unique. In our short film 'Growing up with cystic fibrosis', we explore Jodie’s student experience following her life-changing lung transplant at the age of 18. For information on joining the Organ Donor register please click here. Jodie spent a day with Noz and Meg from our team earlier…
Dear future Prime Minister

Dear future Prime Minister

In the run up to the General Election in May 2015, we asked students ‘What should the party leaders do for you?’. From university fees to privatisation of the NHS, the students we spoke to definitely had an opinion on UK politics and what a future Prime Minister should do for them. Check out what they had to say: @natalieben…
Irons unplugged – students and fast fashion

Irons unplugged – students and fast fashion

To explore the lives of students in a world of fast fashion we took a trip down student street and asked them one simple question: ‘can we see your iron?’. Check out what happened in our video below. Here's some snapshots from behind the scenes: