What do you think of when you see a university student? Are they waking up bright and early to go to their 9am lectures or are they lying in bed with a banging headache and regretting the night before? Many people will choose the latter.
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Staffordshire University students who have been having a ‘ruff’ time with deadlines have been taking time to relax at dog de-stress day.
They have been encouraged to take time out to forget about the upcoming exam stress and instead, cuddle some loving canines.
Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner joined a panel at Staffordshire University yesterday (April 12) to talk about the importance of mental health.
The ‘In Conversation’ event, heard a panel of experts discuss the subject of mental health and how it affects every sector of the community.
Masterplans for the future of Swift House have been announced at a conference in France this week (March 14).
Swift House, which sits next to Stoke-on-Trent railway station, currently houses a small number of city council and private sector staff.
Women that are in positions of power have spoken out about the importance of International Women’s Day, and how more needs to be done for them to be treated equally.
International Women’s Day is held on Thursday (March 8) this year, with events taking place across the country.
Ah, the ever-familiar exam period. Sometimes, no matter how hard you try and keep your cool, it can feel like everything is on top of you. This article will be short and sweet, I promise, as the last thing you need when exam pressure is high, is to be reading a long article about running out of time.
A Crewe Alexandra Ladies footballer believes her male counterparts should be paid more, despite many backing calls for equal pay.
Katie Nuttall told Staffslive the money generated by the men’s game means they are entitled to earn more.
Three Staffordshire University artists have been chosen to display their work in the New Art West Midlands exhibition.
Since starting six years ago, the project has become important in developing the careers of many up and coming artists.
The deadline is fast approaching for a Staffordshire University competition to reveal the next bright star in journalism.
The yearly Staffordshire Future Journalist competition was launched in November by a team of Staffordshire University’s PR and Journalism students.
British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) returned to Staffordshire University this weekend to host its annual Boxing Championships.
More than 180 boxers registered to attend the three-day event at the Sir Stanley Matthews Sports Centre, on Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent.