Looking after our wellbeing has never been so important. As we juggle our daily lives and changes in the global landscape, we must remember to take time for ourselves. To celebrate World Wellbeing Week, Psychology Lecturer, Laura Simmons has shared some tips to help you over the coming months. Take time to be creative Whether […]
We’re partnering with Fika Mental Fitness to offer all students access to the Fika Mental Fitness: COVID-19 Cope with Remote app to support your wellbeing. It includes daily prompts to get you thinking about key issues to maintain and positively build good mental health, exercises, signposting towards general help, and a moderated topic board. Programmes […]
Thanks to all final year students who completed the National Student Survey (NSS) this year, helping us to see what works well and informing improvements. Overall, we had great engagement in the survey. Pictured is NSS prize draw winner Olivia Wilson – a final year BSc Geography student. “It was a lovely surprise to win […]
Plans are being put in place to re-open The Hive next month, with a limited number of services and opening hours to begin with. The Hive is one of six libraries in Worcestershire planned to re-open on Saturday, July 4th, pending confirmation from Government, in line with phase three of Central Government’s relaxing of lockdown […]
So, you’ve come to the end of the academic year, and it probably hasn’t ended in the way you’d expected. You may feel relieved that your studies for the year are over (or nearly over!) and also a little uncertain about the next few months, not just with university life. You’ll have already seen that […]
Your new Student Union officer team is here! They will be starting there new roles on the 15th June and here is a bit about them: Meg Price – firstname.lastname@example.org Hi, my name is Meg and I am the new President. I initially studied Bsc Sport and Exercise Science before being elected to the role of Vice President Education […]
Ahead of the weekend, staff at The Hive library have been sharing their recommendations for reading in lockdown with everything from humorous fantasy fiction to forensic thrillers. Here are a few of their suggestions: A Wild Sheep Chase, by Murakami: “Bizarre but definitely one of those books you just can’t put down.” Angelmaker, by Nick […]
As this week officially marks Volunteering Week in the UK, today, Pro Vice Chancellor, Ross Renton, has shared his thanks to each and every one of you who have given up time to volunteer throughout these extraordinary times.