All posts tagged awareness

Drink Spiking – Be Aware

As I close the chapter that is university in the book of my life so far, I find myself reflecting upon my three-year journey and naturally Fresher’s Week comes to […]

The Threat of another General Election is here. May’s lost another vote. Comedy or tragedy, fellas?

It is the 16th of March, 2019. Funny thing – if you take 16 and 3, you get 19. Hilarious stuff, sides splitting, ribs shattered, hideous pain – the lot. Unfunny […]

The Honkabillies & Friends VS Cancer Review

We have all been affected by cancer one way or another in life. Those who survive it, or have been affected by it, thrive to provide support to anyone and […]

Q Divas – Celebrating Iconic Women in Music

Attention all women – in case you haven’t already heard, March is International Women’s Month and Friday the 8th of March is International Women’s Day. Both of these prove that women […]

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 […]

Banners Raising Awareness about Sexual Abuse.

The pictures featured in this post are part of a student led project to raise awareness about, and protest against, sexual abuse around Queen Mary’s campus. Be warned that the […]

Everyone thinks I’m overly dramatic when I’m stressed. When an octopus is stressed, it eats itself. Now that’s overdramatic: International Stress Awareness Week.

So, the UK is a pretty stressed out load of people. I can’t be the only one that sometimes feel like, I wake up stressed, I get ready stressed, I […]

With a Minister for suicide being created and QMSU launching Wellness Weeks, are we finally moving away from vapid tweets and one-off postulations of care?

As I’m sure everyone saw from their social medias, campus stalls and news soundbites, on Wednesday it was World Mental Health Day. My Twitter, as usual, was flooded with people […]

Exclusive Review: Malcolm D. Lee’s ‘Night School’.

A film which destigmatises learning disabilities. Malcolm D. Lee’s new comedy Night School is about Teddy (Kevin Hart) who wants to obtain his GED, and attends a night school. There is […]