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Your ultimate guide to everything there is to do in Broomhill

Your freshers’ stomping ground

Fact or fiction: Sheffield edition

Let’s set the record straight

A definitive guide to your first term at Sheffield

Prepare for massively hench legs from constantly climbing hills.

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Our Sheffield Vice Chancellor needs to justify his huge salary

He earns nearly three times as much as Theresa May

What your Sheffield Intro Week brochure should be telling you

Let’s be honest, you don’t see that many students having a picnic on the grass

Former Sheffield public toilets are being turned into new cocktail bar

Here’s hoping it’ll be open until the wee hours

Every single mistake you will make in your first year in Sheffield

You’ll probably lose your ID at least once

Things I wish I’d known before coming to uni in Sheffield

It’s rainy and everything’s with gravy

Your go to guide for iconic Sheffield nights out

#SeshGoals

Bloo 88, Bar and Beyond and Street Food Chef launch £10 meal deals

Just in time for freshers

It’s official, Eccy Road and Endcliffe are the most expensive places to live in Sheffield

They’re the worst student areas

Sheffield ranks in top 20 fittest universities

We’re officially fitter than Leeds

Don’t try and cheat us, Sheffield is ruddy northern and these are all the reasons why

Block out the haters, we’re definitely not southern

Everything to do during Fresher’s Week at Sheffield

Think of it as an initiation

Slide into their DMs: Hallam are using Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter to recruit freshers

Do they have Tinder too?

A southerner’s guide to Sheffield

The lowdown on what to expect when travelling to Northern territory

White people using GIFs of black people is not a form of ‘digital blackface’

Sorry Teen Vogue, you’re reaching

All the weird things Sheffield students do without even realising they’re weird

People genuinely do wear school uniform on nights out

‘Tonnes of really big bands and scenes have come from Sheffield’: An interview with Joe from Metronomy

‘I guess the good thing about university is having something to fall back on’