All posts tagged awareness

Exclusive Review of Blonde @ The Archspace

Having listened to Blonde’s new single ‘Me, Myself & I’, I knew that the duo had a great connection with the LGBT+ community, however once I had entered the Archspace […]

Fighting big fashion houses for cultural appropriation

The fashion industry means much more than glamour collections and runways, and is resting upon creativity and originality invested by hard working fashion designers. This is where the legal sphere […]

Friends and loved ones of those experiencing mental health problems occupy the liminal space between within and without – so what do they have to say?

Parents, siblings, extended family, friends, co-workers and peers, all of these people matter in varying ways to individuals. They are our support networks. Without them, many of us would crumble, […]

’13 Reasons Why’ semi-colon tattoos are becoming so popular

I actually only know of one real reason why semi-colon tattoos are becoming so popular, but this trend is intimately linked to the Netflix series ‘13 Reasons Why’. The series […]

Is it time we re-evaluated the way we tackle drug-use in the music scene?

The bank holiday weekend saw the likes of Love Saves the Day in Bristol, Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Swansea, and All Points East in London amongst many of the […]

An honest account about transitioning to Vegetarianism

University is a time for exploration. For my exploration I decided to venture into the possibilities of food and diet. I had always been a passive meat eater, never considering […]

The BIG Review: The Black Cat Cabaret.

Naughty. Dark. Funny. These are the three ingredients which make The Black Cat Cabaret a show to remember. When you think of the word ‘cat’, you might think of the […]

Why All Of Us Need To Accept That Our Mental Health Matters

Life is too short to get hung upon what other people think of us. I know that’s easier said than done, but this is coming from someone who has spent […]

Reflections On Senegal

In June 2016, I embarked on a 10-week placement to Senegal with Y Care International, a government funded development programme. Along with 6 other UK volunteers, our main objectives were […]