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International Students Feel Left Out At Their Second Home‏ - ‘Sadly, I don’t feel at home…here’ International students at Seething Wells campus speak out on the seclusion as the study year draws to a close.There around 3,800 international students currently studying at Kingston University, with a sixth of the students residing at the campus. Many of the students have come from all over the world to get…
Keep It Clean Campaign Is A Spring Success - More than 50 students have participated with the campaign, working alongside with the campus’s Hall connectors. Seething Wells have launched a campaign to keep halls clean so far has caused mixed reaction at the Surbiton based campus. The campaign was launched at the beginning of March in hopes to get students active in keeping a cleaner…
THINGS THAT WILL NOT BE MISSED IN SEETHING WELLS. - The noise Most students complain about noise all the time. It doesn’t matter what day it is Seething well has something going on all the time. Mary Croft, 19, first-year English language and communication student said:” I have had to call security at 3am in the morning because my flat mates been loud and drunk.”…
5 simple ways to improve your fitness as a student - Sure, you’ve got less time now,  your social life may be limited to a bit of light banter with your pals: text books – But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make time for a little bit of exercise every now and again – it’ll actually make you feel better and relieve stress. Here’s some simple ideas on…
British Bread Golf Open - Can you score into the floating hole of the Thames? On Sunday, March 8, the community of seething wells gathered at the woody bar in Kingston Upon Thames. The event was to raise money for charity. The charity enables creative youth to realise their potential. The deal was three dough golf balls for a £5…
Ever wondered what Seething Wells students look like dancing sober? - Our good friends at Seething Wells kindly answered the question that has been on the tips of our tongues ever since that flat party we vaguely remember last term… Swaction staff were bowled over by Emma and Osman’s bopping boogie’s. The flamboyant dancers, both second-year students at Kingston University, more than happily indulged us in their…
14 reasons you know you’re from Seething Wells - 1. You’re on first name terms with Les the bus driver 2. You have unofficially adopted the Seethings cat who randomly appears in your kitchen every few weeks 3. You always ending up doing the washing up when you’re drunk  4. You always avoid X block 5. You hear EVERYTHING that your next door flat mate…
Short survey reveals that over 60 per cent of Seething Wells students unhappy with bathrooms and security - Students living in Seething Wells are reported to be the happiest in Kingston University, but according to a recent survey the bathrooms are bringing them down. Over 60 per cent of students have experienced problems with their en-suite’s at least once during their time at the Portsmouth Road halls of residence, according to a survey…
The majority of Kingston University is still anti UKIP after ‘meet your local candidate event’ - Local UKIP candidate 29-year-old Ben Roberts was welcomed when he spoke at Kingston University (KU) by posters captioned: ‘UKIP GO HOME – Immigrants are welcome here’ and ‘Stop this racist! NO to UKIP – blame bosses not migrants’ on Thursday 5 March. Mr Roberts described UKIP as “a straight talking party”, he argued that “British politics…
Kingston University’s “shameful” bullying record is slowly bubbling to the surface with an anonymous whistleblowing blog - A mystery whistleblower who is blogging under the name Kingston University London Dissenter is exposing corruption within Higher Education institutes, and he or she wants everyone to know about it. According to the blog, the University and College Union (UCU) have recently polled Kingston University as the second worst university for bullying. The anonymous blogger, whose…

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