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The Stonewall Riots and its legacy 50 years on

Amongst many of our generation, it is the vivid red ‘SOME PEOPLE ARE GAY. GET OVER IT!’ posters that decorated PSCHE classrooms in secondary school that come to mind when the topic of Stonewall is raised. And for good reason; the LGBTQIA+ charity, the biggest of its kind not only in the United Kingdom but […]

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Lily’s story: the silent truth and pain of anorexia nervosa

Content warning: frequent mention of eating disorders/anorexia   Lily is adamant that whilst she never actively sought help from the university in regards to her eating disorder, the university could have, and should have, reached out, for a major aspect of the illness is rejecting help. “I was missing lectures, missing tutorials,” she recalls. “Missing deadlines. […]