Eat happy, sleep happy, study happy: how to maintain a healthy lifestyle this exam season

Exam season. It’s a two-word phrase that calls to mind so many negative thoughts. Cramming, all-nighters, caffeine overdoses and stress-eating are common habits of students in the lead-up to exams. However, these patterns of stress can put our bodies and minds under a lot of pressure, leading to burnouts, depressive states and even illness. Maintaining […]

3 Ways to Tackle Negative Rumination

Are you an overthinker? Are these ruminations negatively affecting your mental well-being or making it harder to concentrate whilst studying? If this is the case, then you are not alone. After many years of ruminating I have developed three simple ways to tackle my negative rumination, which I would like to share with you, in […]

Put your best foot forward

The weekly Wellbeing Walk is a breath of fresh air for your mind and body… by Annette Kinsella. I wandered lonely as a cloud, said William Wordsworth. He clearly wasn’t a student at Warwick, because if he’d decided to wander here he could have joined in with the Wellbeing Walk, which takes place weekly around […]

Library life: My week as a med student

I’m a postgraduate medical student, which makes my normal week probably a bit different to the average student on campus. Here’s what I get up to… By Charles Hand Day 1 Today began mercilessly with 8am lectures that went on till 5pm, as if it isn’t already hard enough to crawl out of bed on […]

Have you met Bob?

There’s a relatively new addition to the Library family, and he’s one you probably will want to get to know… By Richard Perkins Why Bob? It stands for Box of Broadcasts, a service to which the University recently subscribed. What does it do? Since roughly 2008, the people at the BUFVC have been recording all […]

3 Tips for Dealing with your Dissertation

Dissertations: the mere thought of all those words is enough to give you a headache – following these tips will last longer than the Paracetamol…by Nuala Clarke. Dissertations are not nice things. They take up all your time, give your fingers cramp (can fingers even get cramps!?) and turn your brain to scrambled eggs. Sure, […]

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