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Should students get their money monthly?
NASMA and the NUS have launched a campaign to have student finance paid in more regular instalments.
350-year-old tips for freshers revealed
A book of rules for new students written in 1660 reveals how attitudes have changed - and how they've stayed the same.
How do coral reefs survive?
Sponges could be the key to keeping coral reefs alive.
Student finance doesn't keep up with living costs
The National Union of Students (NUS) says that loans and grants aren't rising as quickly as rents and prices. What can you do to bridge the gap?
Why studying music improves your brain
Learning a musical instrument helps people to stay focused and spot mistakes.
Do universities do enough for disabled students?
A survey suggests that universities don't do enough to make campuses accessible for disabled students.
Which university has the best quality of life?
Students at University of Durham have the highest living standards in the country.
How your phone could help to detect earthquakes
Data from smartphone sensors could be used to detect earthquakes, according to a new study.
Why don't ballet dancers get dizzy?
Ballet training might cause changes in a person’s brain which helps them keep their balance.
What A-levels do you really need for university?
New research demonstrates why students choosing A-levels need to think carefully about their subjects.
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