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Kettle launches Patreon account
If Kettle is to continue to help student journalists, it needs your support...
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5 ways to make your money go further this January
Here's how how you can make it to the end of the month without having to dip into your overdraft or ask your parents for extra money.
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Taking the problem of student debt by the horns
It is easy to fall into debt traps for young people who may be away for home from the first time, but following some simple steps can ensure debt is minimised and they can enjoy their time at university with less financial worry.
Dealing With Anxiety At University
Struggling to manage your anxiety as a student? Rosina Chalk gives her top ten tips on how to deal with anxiety effectively whilst at university.
Should lectures come with trigger warnings?
Following an article in The Guardian last week, Charlie Bradford-Gibbs discusses whether or not trigger warnings have a place in the lecture hall.
How to manage the transition between sixth form and university
The leap from sixth form or college to university can be challenging in so many ways. Courtney Evans shares her expertise on the matter.
Pre (and Post) Graduate blues
The inevitable fear which sinks in in your final year, and the panic and potential depression which follows graduation, is a feeling shared by many. Victoria Blake shares her experience of the matter.
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5 essentials for students living in a house share
We've put together a list of five essentials that will help to make your student house share experience much easier
It’s okay to not enjoy Freshers’ week – University can still be the best years of your life
Worried about Freshers' week? Becca McAuley reassures you about the pressure to enjoy your first week of university, and why it's okay if it's not your idea of fun
University of Salford, Kettle mag
My degree at the University of Salford
Student Life editor Charlie Bradford-Gibbs discusses her views, opinions, and experiences of university in our brand new student life feature - Personal Profiles.