In today’s world, almost anything worth bringing to Uni needs plugging in at some point. With all those extra cables and leads trailing about the place it’s important to make sure you look after your electricals and know how to use them safely.
Cycling is one of the best ways to get around and explore Leeds, so there is nothing worse than discovering that your bike has gone AWOL…
Although it may not seem like we even had a summer this year, British Summer Time has now officially ended and the long winter nights are upon us.
There’s nothing like blowing off some steam after a hard working term. Whether it’s partying with your new Uni mates or reminiscing with your friends back home, there are going to be plenty of chances to let your hair down. The best nights out are worth remembering and to keep you out of A&E, we’ve put together a few tips to make sure you get through Christmas in one piece.
Nightlife in Leeds pretty great (as we’re sure you’ll have already found out). The buzz will likely continue all the way home and most students’ journeys back go without incident. Even so, as the clocks go back and the evenings get dark, it’s a good idea to take on board our 6 top tips for keeping safe after a top night out.
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