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Become the next food shopping guru

Become the next food shopping guru

Food
The last few final assessments, long hours in the library, it is getting darker and darker by the day. The grand finale of Semester 1 is finally here! And so is Christmas… which for the most of us also means tighter budgets. As this year the celebration might be extra pricey, here are some tips to keep in mind when food shopping. 1.SHOP SMART Sure, shopping at Waitrose or Whole Foods can bring some pretentious urban aesthetic to one’s Instagram feed, but when a small bottle of spring water infused with three stalks of asparagus retails for the minimum hourly rate, you need to stop fooling yourself and head to the nearest Aldi or Lidl. Another tip is to check out the local area to spot if there are any small fruit and veg vendors, where you can grab almost 2kg of bananas for a pou
Manchester’s too far. Stay local.

Manchester’s too far. Stay local.

Food
In celebration of opening three new KFC stores in the city of Manchester, two stores shall be, on Monday the 13th November giving away free meals and free limited edition t-shirts. Which, is great for KFC hungry students and even better for the bank. Totally finger lickin' good! However, this news is not so great for those who are living in London. In response to this, Milica has found some restaurants in Central London which are, if better than KFC both price wise and finger licking wise. The best burger (brown tag) and wing (orange tag) places in Central London. Make a trip which will not break the bank but will leave your stomachs full and wanting more!   Words: Milica Cosic | Subbing: Kate Kulniece
Museums On A Budget

Museums On A Budget

Arts
If you are ever looking for something to do in London, here is a short list of museums for those who may be on a budget and looking for a way to spend their day. From history to art, there is something for everyone. Free Museums 1. British Museum   - Open: 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Daily, Fridays: 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. - The American Dream Exhibition - £16.50 - The British Museum houses a variety of cultural artefacts from all over the world. Some of the most popular ones would be the Rosetta Stone and mummies from Egypt. The museum also hosts events throughout the day such as free tours and sessions where visitors can touch some of the objects. They are always hosting separate exhibitions, although there is a separate cost for these. Currently, they are puttin
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