RGU: Nightline: Here to listen, not lecture

To help us mark University Mental Health Day on the 4th March 2021, Saoirse Brennan, an RGU: Nightline Coordinator writes about student mental health, the importance of seeking help and the motto of the RGU: Nightline service.

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Studying Applied Social Sciences at RGU

We interviewed Milena Kaedar, a fourth year BA (Hons) Applied Social Sciences student at RGU. Milena is originally from Germany; she moved to Aberdeen in 2017. Here’s what she had to say about her RGU experience.

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Studying Midwifery During COVID-19

Marie Buckleygray is a mature student doing her first year in Midwifery at RGU. She writes about how blended learning has helped her balance family life and education during this difficult time.

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Nurturing Friendships During the Pandemic

We can all relate to how difficult it’s been not being able to see our friends when we want because of the pandemic. We asked our Instagram community for their suggestions on how best to nurture friendships through this time.

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How to Maintain a Long Distance Relationship through COVID-19

Long distance dating can be difficult as it is. Add a pandemic to it and it becomes the ultimate relationship test. COVID restrictions have forced long distance partners to stay apart for months, so to help we asked the RGU Instagram community for tips on how to get through these trying times. Here’s what they…

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Studying BSc Biomedical Science at RGU

My name is Raashi Joshi and I am a third-year Biomedical Science student at Robert Gordon university. Read on to learn about my RGU experience.

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Self-care during the pandemic

We all know practicing self-care is important, particularly whilst we continue to navigate through the global pandemic. That being said, whilst social media may have us believing that practicing self-care is all about having a boujee bath and posting a picture of it, that’s not always the case. We asked our Instagram community for their…

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