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Many of you will be faced with the dread of exams over the coming few weeks. It’s, perhaps, made worse by your friends that have already finished for the year. But do not fear! Aimee Jepson gives you the Top Ten Tips to help you to remain sane, and get you through to those all important celebrations on the final night.

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Many of you will be writing your last essays of the year (or your degree!). If you are stumbling over the last hurdles, then read Alice Priestley’s article, on how to write that good essay, to get you to the finish line.

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LSU Stage Society’s most recent production entitled Love Song, is definitely a show worth seeing; heightened emotions, strong performances and slick choreography are promised.

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Rachael Lancaster was the winner of Label’s Movie themed competition, run by the Illustration section of Label Magazine. Each month sees a different theme, which artists must base a piece of artwork around. Entries are displayed online and voted for by other students. As the competition was around the same time as the Oscars it only seemed fitting to base it on movies!

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That time of year full of finals and deadlines is swiftly approaching. Many of you will be making the library your second home. So Label’s Aimee Jepson has formulated a list of the types of student you will meet in the library. Which category do you fall under?

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Culture writer, Harry Davies voices the general opinions on our next steps after our graduation caps fall and the ̢�����what̢��‰��s next?̢��‰�� mentality falls over most student̢��‰��s heads.

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Once again Loughborough university has been in the news. This time, however, the BBC has scrutinised indecent behaviour shown by students. In light of this, Label’s Becky Healey discusses the overall representations of students in the media and whether it is in fact the truth or a harsh prejudice.

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Finding it difficult to revise? Fear not, as Label’s Holly Duerden tells us how you, too, can develop your memory capacity, like BBC’s Sherlock, and create your own Mind Palace for those all important exams.

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