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    How DIGS Supports Well-being

    Mental Health Awareness Week has arrived at a time when we all need it. We have spent the last year on a rollercoaster of emotions, whether it’s lockdown, eating out to help out or Christmas being cancelled. We’re all dealt with a lot in the past 18 months and it’s inevitable that our mental heath […]


    The Pinnacles Sheffield Gets 100%

    The Pinnacles achieved 100% overall satisfaction in the SHU Insights Survey! The Pinnacles team are proud to have achieved 100% overall satisfaction in the SHU Insights Survey for a consecutive year! The survey runs from 1st October to 25th November and focuses on the arrival experience and the first few weeks. And our team achieved […]


    How to Manage Your Finance as a Student

    Becoming a student for most people means stepping out into the big bad world on your own, fending for yourself and taking control of your own finances. But don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it might sound! Here are some tips for managing your finances as a student! Open up the right student bank […]


    Caterpillar Cake: How to Make Your Own

    The caterpillar cake is a classic chocolate roll cake that is great for any kind of celebration. It combines the soft fluffy sponge with a chocolate buttercream filling and covered in a rich chocolate ganache. This dessert is irresistible and is for chocolate lovers everywhere. INGREDIENTS Sponge cake 100g caster sugar 3 medium eggs 100g […]


    5 People You’ll Meet in Your Uni Kitchen

    Ah the Uni Kitchen. Your kitchen will become a hub of activity during your university career- even if you’re not much of a foodie. And you will come across all different types of chef abilities and habits you’ll learn to love. The Food Connoisseur Look out it’s Gordon Ramsey! They very rarely get a takeaway […]


    Dealing with Burnout in 2021

    2020 was a year for the history books, and the pandemic affected us all in more ways than one. As we approach the year anniversary for the last lockdown, you might be feeling some major burnout. Burnout does not just encompass stress, it’s a condition of emotional and physical exhaustion. You might be forgetful or […]


    Tips for Studying at Halls or Home

      With a lot of studying moving online, we’ve put together a list of helpful ideas to get the most out of studying from your accommodation or permanent home:   Don’t be hard on yourself You are studying and taking exams in a time like no other. Try not to put too much pressure on […]


    Lockdown 3.0 Watchlist

      Stuck for things to keep you busy during Lockdown 3.0 don’t worry we’ve got you covered with a few things to get you through these next six weeks… Bridgerton Think Gossip Girl meets Downton Abby, for this one. Bridgerton is a Regency-era drama about the London social season and a mysterious writer who seems […]