• My Summer Break…down and How It Made Me Build Myself Up Again

    When the pace of the academic year is suddenly halted by the summer break, there are certain ups and downs to navigate. Ed Farley discusses his experience this summer, and what he's been doing for himself, to reset and recharge....
  • Weekly Wellbeing: 5 Tips For Dealing With Exam Pressure

    May is always a dreaded month: filled to the brim with deadlines and exams. And even though this is naturally a very stressful time, it’s important to remember that it doesn’t need to be, and there are ways that you can make things as easy for yourself as possible....
  • New Year, New Me: The Anxieties Of Reinvention

    Sophie Robinson At the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, many of us commence the new year with the expectation that we will be better people. At one point or another we have all fallen prey to the hope of living a healthier lifestyle, achieving a better work-life...
  • The Bad Skin Blues: How Struggles With Your Skin Can Impact Your Mental Health

    For many of us, the struggle with stress breakouts and acne is familiar. However, for some, the pain of acne can be more than just an annoyance that can be covered up with some concealer. For those who really suffer with their skin, these issues can truly affect their personal lives....
  • Photo of a woman with her back to camera, walking alone through a city

    Safety Apps For Walking Alone At Night

    Lucy Tombs The events of the past few weeks have resulted in many women feeling increased anxiety surrounding their personal safety. Whether this be walking on your own at night or strolling to the supermarket in the middle of the day, most people have felt doubts about if they...
  • Weekly Wellbeing: Dealing With The Anxiety Of Being A Woman

    The last few weeks have not only been eventful, but also exhausting. We went from celebrating female solidarity on International Women’s Day, to questioning a mother’s mental health status and allegiances to the nation after she publicly shared her struggles, to then dealing with the loss of a Sarah Everard, who was...
  • What To Do On Your 365th Night In…

    Third times the charm…or so they said. We’re three lockdowns in and it feels like we’ve exhausted all the fun things to try out. I mean how many times have you heard the words ‘pub quiz’, ‘indoor bar crawl’, ‘Among Us’ or the dreaded ‘monopoly board game’? One too...