Hope Riley

Living Editor 2018/19 / Third-year English student


Bristol's outdoor study spaces

With the majority of the world’s political leaders happily ignoring the ticking time bomb that is global warming, we may as well make the most of these early spells of Southwestern sun and take our studies outside.
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Review: introducing the 'UniPocket'

In October, Epigram reviewed student subscription service 'The UniBox.' To mark the company's 2nd birthday, yesterday they launched spin-off product the UniPocket, priced at just £10 + P&P / month.
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Best alternative study spaces in Bristol

With coursework deadlines and January exams around the corner, rather than relying on the ingenious ‘Find a Study Desk’ feature on MyBristol (has this ever been accurate?), why not try somewhere new to get those creative juices flowing.
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Having a part-time job at university

There is something on for everyone at Motion: vintage kilo sales in the Marble Factory on a Sunday morning, the cult hit ‘Bingo Lingo’ at 6pm on a weeknight, or, of course, one of the venue’s characteristic all-night dance parties, which are often packed out until the lights are turned on at 6am.
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Source cafés are overpriced and overrated

The Source’s monopoly of communal areas on campus means that it can charge students extortionate prices, perpetuating the University’s reputation of inaccessibility.
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Monzo: student finance made easy

As someone who's idea of 'budgeting' is getting in an Uber Pool, Monzo, the self-proclaimed 'bank of the future,' has helped me to successfully monitor my spending at uni.
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