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Six tips for finding that work/school balance: Say goodbye to late mark reductions forever

Are you struggling with the stress of your school and work life? Do you need to find a better way to prioritise and stick to deadlines? Well Radar have got some neat tips to create balance in your life.

 
Local Shopping Centre to Raise Awareness of Disabilities

Customers are in for an eye opening experience at Union Square this Tuesday. The giant shopping centre is making alterations to their shopping experience to promote inclusivity and understanding of those with disabilities.

 
Brexit’s Delay: What do Students Think?

Another holiday has passed and with it a deadline- the infamous Brexit deadline. What do Students think? Radar took to the streets to find out.

 
Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum re-opens after £34.6 million refurbishment

After four years of closure, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum re-opened its doors to the public on 2nd November. The building was closed for a £34.6 million refurbishment which restored and modernised the grade A-listed building.

 
How does the Library work?

The library is a vital tool for every student, as some may know. Radar is here to explain how it works and how to make the most of it.

 
 

Take One Action Film Festival comes to Aberdeen

Fri 15 Nov 2019

The UK’s leading global change film festival is coming to Aberdeen! Kicking off today at the Belmont Filmhouse there will be three days of film and conversation celebrating people and films that are changing the world.

 
December Exams: Radar's Tips to Study for Them

Thu 14 Nov 2019

It's one month until exams begin (yikes). So here are some tips to get you through the draining thought of studying for them.

 
National Theatre Live is Keeping the Thrill of The Stage Alive

Wed 13 Nov 2019

What are National Live Performances and why are they an experience hard to miss? Find out more with Radar's article on why NT performances are keeping the stage alive at your very own local cinema.

 
Six tips for finding that work/school balance: Say goodbye to late mark reductions forever

Tue 12 Nov 2019

Are you struggling with the stress of your school and work life? Do you need to find a better way to prioritise and stick to deadlines? Well Radar have got some neat tips to create balance in your life.

 
Local Shopping Centre to Raise Awareness of Disabilities

Mon 11 Nov 2019

Customers are in for an eye opening experience at Union Square this Tuesday. The giant shopping centre is making alterations to their shopping experience to promote inclusivity and understanding of those with disabilities.

 
Brexit’s Delay: What do Students Think?

Mon 11 Nov 2019

Another holiday has passed and with it a deadline- the infamous Brexit deadline. What do Students think? Radar took to the streets to find out.

 
Emoji Explosion: Apple’s Recent Contribution towards Representation

Thu 07 Nov 2019

On 28th October, Apple released the iOS 13.2 update to iPhone users, introducing an array of new emojis. Apple's attempt to diversify the keyboard to improve inclusion and representation has been met with praise.

 
How does the Library work?

Wed 06 Nov 2019

The library is a vital tool for every student, as some may know. Radar is here to explain how it works and how to make the most of it.

 
Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum re-opens after £34.6 million refurbishment

Wed 06 Nov 2019

After four years of closure, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum re-opened its doors to the public on 2nd November. The building was closed for a £34.6 million refurbishment which restored and modernised the grade A-listed building.

 
Should Fireworks be Banned? An opinion piece

Tue 05 Nov 2019

This year Sainsbury's announced that it was banning the sales of fireworks in its stores. Should other retailers be following suit?

 
Duke of Edinburgh Award: Is It Worth It?

Fri 01 Nov 2019

Hailed as CV gold and great life skills building, the famed Duke of Edinburgh Award is said to have much to offer but is this still the case?

 
A Cheesy Celebration

Fri 01 Nov 2019

Cheese Fest came to Aberdeen on the 19th of October. A celebration of cheese and Wallace and Gromit, it was an event enjoyed by all ages.

 
October's Meme of the Month

Thu 31 Oct 2019

As the spooky season comes to an end it's time to take a look back at some of the best memes to come out this month.

 
#FullTimeOnInitiations: The RGU Sport's Campaign Kickstarting Respect for Student's Mental Health

Wed 30 Oct 2019

An exclusive interview with Sport's President Kieran Matthews on his new mental health campaign: #FullTimeOnIniations.

 
Do it yourself on Halloween 2019: Eight of the best (or worst) DIY costumes

Mon 28 Oct 2019

If you want to avoid paying extra for club entry with the ‘no costume, pay more’ rule or just want to look the best at your pumpkin-filled house party then look no further, Radar has you covered with some easy and original DIY Halloween Costumes idea

 
RGU Union Student By-Election: Could You Lead the Way?

Mon 28 Oct 2019

Are you wondering why there is a buzz around campus and you keep hearing the word "By-Election" but you haven't a clue what this is? Well Radar has got you covered as to how you can find out more and even take part in this years' RGU Union By-Electi

 
 
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