STUDYING WHILE BLACK: SHEFFIELD

I spoke to some black students from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University about their experiences living and studying in the city. Though recently celebrated as being home to two of the most international universities ( http://www.weareinternational.org.uk/) in the country, Sheffield can’t compare to the renowned melting pots of London, Birmingham, and Manchester. These…

30 THINGS I WISH I KNEW BEFORE I STARTED UNIVERSITY

“Make effort with your course mates at the beginning of the year with all the socials, otherwise you just fall into the habit of walking into your lectures, talking to no one, then just walking out, lol.” “I wish I’d not been so naïve in first year. I thought I knew myself well enough to…

ACS Sheffield Alumni: Taking the next step.

Q & A with Marc Eyram Agagah (ACS Sheffield President 2013/14) What did you study? Aerospace Engineering How would you describe your experience at the University of Sheffield? Interesting. Living in another part of the country changes your perspective on things and opens your mind. What was it like being an ACS president? Painful! Yet rewarding….

Afro-nuggets with Chi

THE AFRICAN PRINCESS: SARAH FORBES BONETTA       Sarah Forbes Bonetta (originally named Aina) was a princess of the Egbado clan of the Yoruba people. She is best known as being the god-daughter of Queen Victoria of Great Britain. However, the charmed life which she came to live had very tragic origins. Sarah was born…