Is every day starting to feel like Groundhog Day at this point? Queen's Creative Writing student Ross McDonald has some tips for sticking to a routine and managing your time during the pandemic.
Isolation can be hard but it’s also when we have some of our best ideas. Here’s ten ways to spark your imagination.
Why get a test? Short answer is - you might have coronavirus and you could be spreading it without your knowledge.
Being a university student often means that we are away from home, and for international students like myself, you could feel like you need to face the pandemic/public health crisis all by yourself.
MA student Shuk Kuen Yau ('Yumi') from Hong Kong on what remote teaching and learning is really like during lockdown.
MA student Shuk Kuen Yau ('Yumi') from Hong Kong on how she’s hitting the kitchen to cope with lockdown.
Number five: ignore FOMO.
Suvekshya Dhungana, MSc Business Analytics, on why she’s thankful for the support of the staff in Elms Village’s Willow Walk.
It is really hard to pass your time if you have no upcoming deadlines and want to enjoy this lockdown while safely staying home.
Lockdown can be challenging wherever you are, but the leafy green space around Elms Village provides plenty of walks on your doorstep, says Sneha Parajuli
Queen’s student Jo is volunteering through a local community group, offering friendship and delivering essential items to people who are self-isolating.
You’ve been taking to social media in your droves to tell us all about the Queen’s staff who have gone above and beyond to support you during the transition to off-campus learning. Here’s what you had to say…
From teaching to library resources and group meet-ups, everything's moved online. Master's student, Morgan Mattingly says Queen's students are getting the same education, as if they were on campus.
Whether you are dealing with stress or anxiety, these tips have you covered.
Taking exams from home may not be the easiest thing to do, but Malaysian Law Student Yi Kang Choo, has found the process has set him up for success.
Malaysian Law student Yi Kang Choo has found support at Queen’s invaluable during the anxiety and worry of lockdown.
Xin Yi found staying in Queen's BT1 city centre accommodation during lockdown fully-supported, worry-free and the perfect place for clearing your head.
Queen's student societies play a significant part in student life, especially during lockdown, says Yi Kang Choo. Here's four reasons why.