All posts tagged employment

Incarceration And Psychosis

‘I can hear the shouting before I’ve even cleared the gate. Disorganized obscenities and threats mix with stern warnings. There’s fear in everyone’s voice. A patient with mental illness, scared […]

An Economic Chasm in Darkest East London.

Tower Hamlets is a microcosm of London. The heart of the East End used to have a distinctive identity. Everyone from Karl Marx, Jack the Ripper, and Picasso walked its […]

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 […]

Ending the Homelessness Crisis.

Winter is already upon us and a little earlier than expected. We are blessed to have extra blankets, warm clothes, and central heating to keep us comfortably warm, however, not […]

Upcoming Careers Events for SED Students.

As an English student, I am very excited to announce that this year CUB will be teaming up with Caroline Lisser, Queen Mary’s career consultant, to keep you informed about […]

Interviews Make My Nerves Emerge Like a Hydra

As I type this article on the Tube, I am pretty sure I just had the worst interview of my life. A month or so ago, I applied to do […]

The Future of Business Is You – An Interview With McDonald’s Senior Staff Manager Christopher King

I think the one thing that terrifies us more than anything, as the end of Uni approaches, is the prospect of facing the real world without much of a clue […]

Alice’s Evidence

Last week was World Mental Health Day and I published a very honest interview between myself, my friend and my flatmate. However, I did not address the specific purpose of […]

Year Abroad. Part 13: Bridging the Gap

New year, new semester. After a two-week baptism of fire in the French examination system, culminating in a gym furnished with 400 white plastic garden chairs, in which examiners answer […]