This is one of my favourite comfort foods in winter as it is full of essential vitamins to help with the ﬂu season as well as it being able warm you up from the cold outside. It is also rich in Vitamin C which is great for the immune system.
When starting University in a new city it can seem really overwhelming. There’s lots to explore and discover; especially in a historic city like Canterbury; and knowing where to start can seem impossible. Getting to know your new environment can help you to feel more at home and can make the city not seem so big. Here are some suggestions on where to visit in Canterbury whilst studying here. Many of these are free but we will point it out if there are admission fees.
This recipe is full of flavour and can be made in the microwave. It is full of iron from the lentils and has anti-inflammatory proprieties from the turmeric making it a perfect winter dish.
Butternut Squash is the perfect winter vegetable and it is very versatile. It is packed full of vitamin A which is great for eyesight, cell growth and function, bone health and even our immune systems. It also contains many other antioxidants and vitamins which makes it the perfect addition to any winter dish. It is also now in season.
At our University we’re lucky enough to have a huge range of opportunities for you to get involved in – from in amongst it as part of the Eco Students society or with the University in the Student Green Office. We’re a team of students who’s job it is to create events and campaigns to get you interested in sustainability.
This summer, we’re taking you through some super easy steps you can do at home to help protect our planet. Sustainability might seem one huge challenge tricky to conquer but we’re here to show you that small changes really are worthwhile…
Are you coming to our university today to have a look round? You might have seen some of what we do when you walk round the university – but how can you get involved with sustainability here?
Are you coming on Sunday? Open Days might seem a bit overwhelming but follow these tips to help you get the most out of the day!
In this article, Student Green Office Events Coordinator Billie Redwood talks about her experiences working with the Student Green Office.
In this post, Emily Webb – one of the Events Coordinators for the Student Green Office describes her first year working with the team.