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£4 million investment for Sunderland Student Village

£4 million investment for Sunderland Student Village

£4 million investment for Sunderland Student Village
U Student Group have announced a major investment into their Sunderland
property The Forge on Neville Road, U Student have been accommodation
partners to University of Sunderland since 2010

Posted in: News | North East | Sunderland

Project Cirrus - World Record Attempts

Project Cirrus – World Record Attempts

Charity starts at home, and U-student are believers in supporting a good cause. Here is one Fundraiser that stood out to us and in support we are going to tell you all about Project Cirrus - World record attempts.

Posted in: Events | News

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Meningitis Awareness

Students are one of the most at risk groups from meningitis because of the mixture of new people from all over the country meeting and may unknowingly be bringing a mixed bag of new viruses with them. The following advice is from the NHS Choices website but if you or your flatmates do start to feel unwell please be aware of the symptoms and get medical advice as soon as possible. Please share and make everyone have meningitis awareness

Posted in: Facts | Health | News | Student Advice

The opening round of the 2016 MSA British Rally Championship takes place in Newtown. Using stages that form an integral part of Wales Rally GB, the World Rally Championship round this will prove to be a real test to the start of everyone’s campaign. Starting on Saturday night with two stages in the dark, this is no gentle bed into the new rallying season. Osian Pryce gives an insight to the stages; “the stages are familiar because of Rally GB but the likes of Pikes Peak, up by the wind farms is quite something. It is a couple of things, it is so steep you don’t think you are going that fast and then the road is SO wide that you feel you can showboat or play around. All of that costs you time, you have to very much stick to the line.” “As the trees and markers are so far away from the road, you don’t get a sensation of speed. That is until you arrive at a slow section and you need two feet on the brake pedal to slow you down!” “All of the stages here are special. Hafren is an all time classic; really tight in places, really fast in others but it can have a greasy surface that you have to watch. Mid-Wales is going to really start BRC for 2016.”

British Rally Championship 2016 Gets Underway

The weekend seen the Mid Wales stages get underway with Driver Alex Laffey and co-driver Andrew Roughead commencing their championship in the u-student sponsored Ford Fiesta R5 backed by CA1 Sport.

Posted in: Entertainment | Events | News | Out and about | Reviews | Sport | Uncategorised

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Clean up begins following Carlisle Floods

Following Storm Desmond and the weekend floods the true impact and devastation of the aftermath is evident across Carlisle and Cumbria.

Posted in: Carlisle | News

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Man marries pizza because ‘pizza wouldn’t betray you’

A lonely Russian man married a pizza after he became fed up of being single.

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Adult-only ball pits are now popping up around Britain

Adult-only soft-ball pits are popping up around Britain in a bid to reduce stress levels and boost creativity.

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Harry Potter fans can dine in Great Hall this Christmas

Harry Potter fans will be able to enjoy a unique festive feast this Christmas after Warner Bros. Studios announced there will be a one-off event in the Hogwarts Great Hall.

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Britain braced for white Christmas following forecasts

Britain is bracing itself for a white Christmas this year after weather forecasters predicted snow, ice and the coldest winter in half a decade.

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UK unveils its first ever Pot Noodle vending machine

A street in Nottingham has caused a stir after it unveiled Britain’s first ever Pot Noodle vending machine. Located on Mansfield Road, the Pot Shop appears to sell beef and tomato, chicken and mushroom, spicy curry, and chow mein. Conveniently located on the road home from Nottingham’s nightlife, the 24-hour machine dispenses hot water and a pot…

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