By David Winlo
If you’re a musical student, UEA’s lack of a music degree may have come as a bit of a shock. It certainly did to me, and in addition to this it brought up some concerns about what else musical may be missing from the university, not all of which were unfounded.
Continue reading How to Get the Most Out of the UEA Practice Rooms
It may seem a bit daunting living in student accommodation, especially if you didn’t get your first choice, or if you haven’t spent all that much time away from home before! Our editors have compiled a list of hints and tips to help you survive your first few weeks in halls, telling you what to expect, and when to expect a cleaner banging on the door after an LCR night. Continue reading Editor Opinions: Secrets of UEA Accommodation
By Charlotte Gaines
The time has finally arrived for you to clear a rather large space in the house to pile the copious amounts of STUFF you’ll want (and need) to take to university with you.
Grab as many boxes as you can and print off this handy list of what, and what not, to take to university come mid-September.
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By David Winlo
Hello and welcome to the University of East Anglia, and this, its online student life magazine, The Broad! If you’ve seen the university already on the internet or on one of its open days, you’ve probably seen an awful lot of concrete. Now don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy seeing the campus when I come in for lectures, but there can be times when particularly an ecology student like me, or another student of the BIO and ENV schools, can grow tired of man-made structures, and want to plan a little field trip for some respite.
Continue reading Advice for Biologically Inclined Freshers: Where to Go on Campus to See the Best Wildlife.