often surrounds it. We have mental health awareness months and weeks; we have days dedicated to specific mental health conditions (although you may only be aware of those if you have a personal stake in the condition in question). This year alone the government pledged £500 million to fund a mental health recovery plan. So why is it still so difficult to talk about our mental health honestly?
The last year of university is always unknown, and everyone always reacts differently. Here’s how I react to my final year in higher education. Here we are, September, at the gates of […]
Recently the office for students (OfS), announced that 18 projects at different universities and colleges will receive a funding boost as part of a £6 million project. The £6 million funding comprises […]
Hi everyone! I sincerely hope you all had a great summer! It went way too quick, didn’t it!?! Nonetheless we move on, life and the world never stops! It’s that time of […]
That’s it! Summer is swinging in motion and not a textbook in sight – great feeling isn’t it?! Now things are coming back to normal or close enough to it; we recommence […]
people have been repeatedly let down by mental health services in the UK. It is extremely easy, and accurate to attribute blame to chronic underfunding by our government, but is that the sole problem?