Going out might seem like the most expensive thing in the world! There are just so many costs involved from the taxi to the entry fee and drinks inside (alcoholic or not). It all adds up. So many people seem to think that the more expensive the night, the better. This is not the case!
You can still have a brilliant night out without spending bucket loads of money because let’s face it, students aren’t made of cash. The key to a good, cheap night out is common sense. It is likely that during freshers, all this information will be ignored because people seem to think the best way of making friends is to go out and get bladdered with some people you’ve never met.
Written by Alex Maidment- Co-Editor and 2nd Year Journalist
Okay, so the results are in, places are filled and there are a load of new students coming to Coventry. To all new students, CUToday wishes you the best of luck in your first year.
If anyone has any great stories in the next few weeks, about the uni process, freshers or anything about Coventry, please send any stories to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a great platform for anyone doing Journalism and we have plans this year to try and get more digital media involved so if you have any videos as well as writing, send them my way!
FOR THE majority of First Year students, it’s been a month of rather sizeable change. The transition between living at home and living at University has been massive, and it’s fair to say that quite a few of us will have struggled with the adjustment, I for one am included in that group. Moving away from your parents can be a challenge on its own but on top of that, trying to live with a set of complete strangers who call themselves your ‘flat-mates’ can prove to be an even more daunting task. Writes Andrew Eldridge Continue reading
FOR ANYONE starting Coventry University in September this space is for you. This page is for your stories, helpful hints and queries. Just send your comments to email@example.com and get involved. Hopefully we can create a comprehensive student guide for all the new Coventry students in 2009.
My first couple of weeks now the dust has settled
Now that you’ve had time to get used to your timetables, get to know your flatmates and explore the city its time to write about it! We want 300 – 400 words about your early experiences at Coventry University and Second years are still useful, write down your experiences for new students, it all helps! Continue reading
THE MYTHS and assumptions made about Coventry don’t do justice to what it is and where it’s going as a city. Here are the 10 things you need to know about Coventry in 2009. Continue reading
THE NEW academic year is fast approaching and after a summer break CUtoday is back and ready to report.
This month we’ll be providing the vital information for Coventry University freshers, reflecting on the experiences of final year students and as always keeping you informed on what’s going on within the University.
If you have any article ideas or would like to contribute to CUtoday please contact us via the link on the website or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.