Mansi Dhokia

Mansi Dhokia
London University


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The ultimate guide on where in London to live in second year

It’s North London or nowhere baby

UCL, dragging your heels on finalising the no detriment package is damaging students

The longer that UCL waits to confirm the no-detriment policy, the worse things get for us

One in 30 Londoners infected with Covid at start of 2021

The new variant is spreading around London and is much more easily transmissible

Petition to extend UCL grade safety net for 2020/21 has over 2000 signatures

It calls for a no-detriment policy to be extended for this academic year

Students exempt from Tier 4 travel restrictions

Despite Tier 4 restrictions, students are exempt from the travel ban if they need to go home for Christmas

Health secretary confirms London to move into Tier 3

Matt Hancock has confirmed that London will move into Tier 3 this week

How to support theatre during Covid: all the ways you can get your arts fix online and in person

Check out some ways to support theatre during the pandemic online and in-person as socially distanced theatre begins to open up in London.

London will be in Tier 2 from December 2nd

Whilst the national lockdown comes to an end, some restrictions will be lifted but life will not look normal just yet

How to celebrate Diwali: student flat edition

Even though lockdown has screwed Diwali over, we can still celebrate from the (sometimes questionable) comfort of our student flats

UCL COVID Cases rise to 226

Are we shocked? Not particularly, but the number is rising quickly with new cases everyday.