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  • Foodbank COVID-19
    May 5, 2020

    The Impact and Legacy of COVID-19 on West Cheshire Foodbank

    Learn about the issues COVID-19 has created for sharing food with those in need in West Cheshire, the partnerships and practices developed to overcome challenges and what can be learnt for the future.

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  • Posted by Vicky Griffiths , HE Adviser
    January 17, 2018

    Importance of economics in the current Brexit environment

    We are connected with economics all the time, even if we don’t realise it. When we think of which cereals to choose for our breakfast or when we make decisions about where to spend our holidays, or simply when we decide between going out for a meal or staying at home, the rationale behind those thoughts is related to economics. Do we have enough ‘income’ for a holiday abroad or will a modest camping week have to do? Can we go for the fanciest cereals or can we only afford the basic supermarket brand?

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  • Posted by Shai Vure , HE Adviser
    December 8, 2017

    Psychology students observe the animals at Chester Zoo

    Each year, the Animal Psychology students go on a trip to Chester Zoo where they have the opportunity to see behaviours in action in a variety of fascinating species and to collect some data in a mini-project designed in teams. This year, one of these teams, led by Tom, provided a taste of the day. 

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  • Jack Mason
    Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
    March 31, 2017

    April Fools' – The Art of Deception

    With it being April Fools’ Day tomorrow we asked Clea Wright, one of our Psychology lecturers, to give us some hints and tips on how to spot someone who’s being less than truthful and trying to pull the wool over your eyes.

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  • Jack Mason
    Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
    March 20, 2017

    International Day of Happiness

    Today, believe it or not, is the International Day of Happiness. So, to mark the occasion, our Senior Lecturer of Psychology, Lee Hulbert-Williams, has written the following insightful blog about the different types of happiness experienced by human beings and how we can feel happier in ourselves – kind of like a mini counselling session.

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  • A student reading newspaper
    Posted by Shai Vure , HE Adviser
    June 22, 2016

    EU Referendum: Looking behind the headlines

    With constant media coverage, the EU Referendum has been the topic on everybody’s mind and for both our Politics and International Relations students, it’s been a huge topic of debate. If, like them, this topic has had you hooked, then why not consider one of these degree routes?

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