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Who’s laughing now: should we be laughing in the face of adversity?

COVID-19 is terrifying. The rapidity of the spread and the detrimental effect that it has had on our population, not only by our health but by our entire mode of being has so significantly thrown our lives in every direction, leaving no stone unturned. University, the gym, jobs, activities and hobbies have all been impacted, […]

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No spend November — financial cleansing to prepare you for the holiday season

Christmas time. ‘Tis the season of merriment and generosity. In theory these are great qualities, but for students, this time of the year is a warzone of social expectations that just so happen tocome with a hefty financial cost. Lower your guard for a second and suddenly you are a part of five different Secret […]

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Current university counselling waiting times are unacceptable

New data from the former health secretary Sir Norman Lamb has revealed that students across the UK have had to wait up to three months in order to receive mental health support. Students are paying up to £9250 a year and are not getting access to the support they need. They are being failed by […]