By Molly Rennie
Since some Covid-19 restrictions were lifted on April 12th many people in the hospitality sector faced going back to work, including me.
I work in a medium sized bar and restaurant, when restrictions lifted and we were able to serve people outside I was excited to get back to work. Continue reading From a Bartenders Perspective
By Anca Miron
University of Essex Sustainability team is conducting surveys on carbon emission and biodiversity at Colchester campus as part of a global policy programme.
On 9 December 2020 Essex University joined over 20 UK Universities in declaring a climate and ecological emergency. Continue reading Sustainability team raises urgent climate issues
Christian students talk to Kotryna Visockyte about what they are not doing for Lent
Lent, in a Christian church, is a period of penitential preparation for Easter in Western churches. It begins on Ash Wednesday, six and a half weeks before Easter, and requires a 40-day fast. This year it falls between 17 February and 3 April.
Even though nowadays people are not as religious or strict as in the past, some still use this time to set new goals and achievements. Continue reading ‘No sex and praying as much as I can’