Hull Campus Life - Blogs Category

Do you have a passion for writing? Are you a serial instagrammer? Twitter fiend? Or just love to vlog about, well, anything? Share your experiences, whether you are a follower of fashion, photographer, live music lover, top chef... Let your mates know the benefits of living in Hull. It's a great opportunity to have your say and build up a portfolio of work.

Wheelchair Basketball

Last week I was over in the Sports Centre doing some filming for the end-of-year Campus Sport video. It was a wheelchair basketball session,...

Gym Week Day 5: Leg Day

Well, that's it. I thought everything hurt after yesterday, but now bits are hurting where I didn't even know I had bits. I've made...

Gym Week Day 4: Fat Blast

I have to admit that I've been approaching the Fat Blast class with some trepidation, even though in theory it's something that I should...

Gym Week: Days 2 and 3

I feel like I should apologies for the lack of pictures in this blog; but I'll be honest, I've been so busy sweating and...

Gym Week: Day 1

After turning up to the Sports Centre about 20 minutes too early (the class was at 7, it doesn't open 'till 7 D'OH! That'll...

Hit the gym!

So you've probably heard by now about the pretty amazing Fitness Suite Offer we have on at the moment. We've decided in the office...

Student Wellbeing Champion – Steph

Student Wellbeing Champion, Steph, writes about her experience volunteering for the project. Who are the Wellbeing Champions? Wellbeing Champions are a group of students who volunteer...

Student Wellbeing Champion – Gemma

Student Wellbeing Champion, Gemma, writes about her experience volunteering for the project. Who are the Wellbeing Champions? Wellbeing Champions are a group of students who volunteer...

Stress-Less: Mental Health Awareness Week Recap – A Champion’s Perspective

Student Wellbeing Champion, Gemma, writes a reflection on the Stress-Less Big Picnic held by student support services and partners during Mental Health Awareness Week. Mental...

Hull Employability Awards – My Journey and Why You Should Apply

By Kewal Lath, 2nd Year Undergraduate Mathematics Student. Following my first year at university, I had this gut feeling that I could have done more...
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