• Lockdown and the Pressure of Productivity – Confessions of a Workaholic

    I’m a self-diagnosed workaholic. I’m obsessed with keeping busy, always living life in the fast lane.
    When lockdown fell upon the country, like many others, I thought it would be a great opportunity to relax and rejuvenate, whilst also getting plenty of work done....
  • Looking After Your Mental Health During Isolation 

    On March 11 2020, the World Health Organisation declared COVID-19, aka coronavirus, a pandemic. In order to reduce the spread of the virus, the government has ordered social isolation, and here at the University of Nottingham, and many other universities across the country, learning has been moved online. Many...
  • Preview: Ravelength

    In aid of the charity Music Minds Matter and with a scintillating line-up of underground DJ’s, Ravelength is a new type of rave night taking place on March 27th that you won’t want to miss. Wavelength is a Nottingham-based charity event brand that organises music-focused events to raise money for...
  • The Weight of Words

    When news recently broke of Caroline Flack’s death, thousands flocked to social media to express their disbelief. In sombre posts, users celebrated the former Love Island presenter’s traits: her natural vivacity, warm aura, bright smile and impressive presenting skills....
  • ‘In a World Where You Can Be Anything, Be Kind’ – A Look at the Specifics of Caroline’s Law

    Caroline Flack, former presenter and TV personality, tragically took her own life on the 15th February in her north-east London home. The inquest into her death, which took place on the 19th of February, suggested that she had in fact hung herself after being what many have described as...
  • Lets Get Serious About Self-Harm.

    With University Mental Health day approaching, Features writer Emily Hall gets candid about Self-Harm – why we need to talk about it, and what you can do to help. The black image above is intentional, no other picture seemed right to embody this piece.   CONTENT WARNING – This...
  • University Mental Health Day 2020

    This year’s University Mental Health day falls on Thursday the 5th of March. 2020’s theme: random acts of kindness. It is the hope of organisers to raise awareness of the fact that doing even the smallest acts for others can help their mental health, as well as your own....