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Lesser known genetic diseases that affect ethnic minorities

There are ethnic inequalities in health and especially in genomics studies. In 2009, it was found that only 4 per cent of genomewide association studies participants were people with non-European…

“It is our responsibility to advocate alongside disabled students”: Confronting ableism at our university

We live in a society that is deeply, distinctly, institutionally ableist. To many able-bodied or neurotypical people, this canker of ableism seems hidden beneath the surface: they don’t have to…

My experience with FND: Learning to walk again as a 21-year-old student

November is Disability Awareness Month. At The Student we must take advantage of our platform when it comes to talking about the barriers that students with disabilities face, as well…

The cost of living crisis affects us all

At The Student, we want to use our platform for positive and impactful change. Whilst sometimes it feels as though our voices are simply echoed back to us, lost amidst…

Fighting to exist in white spaces

Though Black History Month in the UK is a celebratory month of Black British culture, our history, and our people, this is an issue for everyone. The purpose of Black…

Not all men, but too many men

CW: Sexual Assault Walk fast and keep your head down. Avoid making eye contact but stay alert and aware of your surroundings. Don’t wear anything that could draw attention to…

A plea for student journalism

This is a plea, from an outgoing Deputy EiC, to support student journalism. Now, more than perhaps any other time in recent years, the university needs to be held accountable.…

A letter from your Editor-in-Chief

Dear Editors, I can’t believe it’s already April and that I’ve been EiC for two months. It’s a surreal feeling to think that we’ve done so much in so little…