This Week’s Need to Know

Menopause: why greater knowledge & understanding is needed

Recently, I watched an episode of Inside Out London which included an item about menopause. It showed a group of women talking about their varied experiences of menopause and how they tried […]

Stop Being a Boob and Embrace going Braless!

Since starting university last September, I’ve often received uninvited advice regarding my choice to go braless underneath my outfits. I’ve become accustomed to people telling me that guys will get […]

Need Some Study Music Ideas?

It’s the first reading week of 2019; there’s no pressure on us to go to classes for an entire week, and it’s honestly quite a refreshing time of the semester. […]

Why Valentine’s Day should be just like any other day…

He loves me. He loves me not. The clock strikes 4 o’clock in the afternoon and you’re still wandering why you haven’t yet received that text from your lover inviting […]

Margate: The Ultimate Stay-cation

If, like me, you are mere seconds away from tears at all times of day and haven’t slept properly since mid-June, perhaps you need a break. You’ve been dreaming of […]

An Interview with the Sunny Jar Eco Hub.

The Sunny Jar Eco Hub is a social mission lead by three mothers living in Tower Hamlets who have become driven to reduce the amount of waste they create on […]

Making time for third year-nostalgia

Like most of us, I spent a couple of weeks at home over the holidays. One topic of conversation was proven unavoidable. When I just met somebody, when I saw […]

What We Can Learn From Jess Glynne’s Song ‘Thursday’.

As my boyfriend always reminds me, I am a huge fan of girl on girl appreciation. Don’t worry, I am not about to launch into some feminist rant, but I […]

A Blue Ripple – a discussion of America’s mid-term elections.

On November 6th, 2018–two years after Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States–the House of Representatives was now held by the Democratic Party. Though many were hoping […]