For International Women’s Day 2021, Faris AlThibani, an Abodus resident at King’s Square Studio in Bristol, reached out to share a piece he wrote on gender equality.
Abodus Students Say – The Elements
For the fourth instalment of “Abodus Students Say,” we virtually sat down with Aisha Patel, a resident of The Elements in Sheffield, to gain insight into what it’s like to live in an Abodus accommodation. Aisha is studying Economics at Sheffield Hallam University.
Top Tips for an Eco-friendlier Lifestyle
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. How do we take these three words and turn them into action? If you’re wanting to adopt an eco-friendlier lifestyle, but aren’t sure where to begin, read our six easy steps to help get you started.
Abodus Students Say – The Foundry
In this third edition of “Abodus Students Say,” we’re sitting down with Kim Burrows, a resident of The Foundry in Leeds, to ask her all about her experience of living in an Abodus property. Kim is in her final year at Leeds Arts University, where she is studying Illustration.
Abodus Students Say - Glassworks
In this instalment of our newest blog series, “Abodus Students Say,” we’ve invited Olly Stokes, a resident of Glassworks in Liverpool, to speak with us about his living experience with Abodus. Olly is studying Computer Networks at Liverpool John Moore's University.
Food & Mood: Nutrition and mental health
Being a student is stressful enough, before you add a global pandemic to the mix. But there are certain things you can control to improve your mental and physical health. It may surprise you to know that what you eat can directly influence the way you feel.
Abodus Students Say – Hollingbury House
Our first of several student interviews is with Kan, a resident at Hollingbury House in Brighton. Kan is from Hong Kong and he is studying psychology with criminology at the University of Sussex.
What is Post Graduate Depression?
Reality certainly hits post-graduation, and many graduates begin to develop rather bleak emotions, and a hefty amount of stress, in other words, ‘post graduate depression’, also known as ‘graduation depression’. Is It Legitimate? Is It Permanent? Is It Curable?
Top 10 book prize winners you should read this winter
Considering this year January has been marked by the return to lockdown, it’s likely that you are currently spending a considerable time indoors. When is the last time you actually picked up one? We’re here to inspire you!
Here's why your devices could be sabotaging your sleep
Ever noticed that after a bad night's sleep you feel moody all day? There are a few reasons why you might be struggling to sleep. But why does screen time affect you in this way?