Tag: dmufreshers

Yoga Classes, Lifestyle Habits and How to Eat, Pray Love

“You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes every day. This is a power you can cultivate. If you want to control things in your life so bad, work on …

/ 27th September 2015

A guide of what to expect during Freshers’ week

There are no two other words, in the English vocabulary  sweeter than ‘Freshers Week’, as a 3rd year let me assure you.  It is, let’s face it, the closest thing to a holiday away with your mates, without needing …

/ 25th September 2015

2015 Festival Round Up!

Festival season is officially over. So now there’s no excuse to go days without washing, be smashed at three in the afternoon and wear ridiculously culturally inappropriate clothes. Whether your forearm is now completely covered in bands or not, it’s...

/ 24th September 2015

Spotlight on Sport: Cricket

Spotlight on Sport: Cricket We are a club that is always looking for new members of all cricketing abilities that are looking to improve their game. We are one of the most successful clubs in the entire university, having two...

/ 8th September 2015

Inside The Demon Kitchen: Nosh for Students Review

Nosh for Students – Student Cookbook Review. I love the ease of grabbing something from the freezer or ordering Dominoes, but sometimes, a healthy, home cooked meal is much more appealing.  As a kitchen amateur, my Nosh for Students recipe...

/ 2nd September 2015

The Best of Leicester’s Cocktail Bars – In Recipes

Heels. Bars. Cocktails. This is the Sex and the City good night out recipe, tailored especially for sensible, short-term decision-making. Of course, Leicester isn’t quite New York, so we have to get creative. There are many strongly-recommended ways to find the best of...

/ 2nd September 2015

Spotlight on Sport: Archery

Spotlight on Sport: Archery We are the newest addition to the sports clubs at DMU, but that in no way means boring! This is our year of fleshing out our programme, developing what we want our sport to become for...

/ 1st September 2015