All posts tagged Guidance

Mental Health Awareness on your Year Abroad

Whilst many of us are getting back into the swing of university life, plenty of students will be well into the first few months of their year abroad. Although this […]

Know your self-worth when in a relationship

Knowing your self-worth is an extremely unspoken thing in todays generation, especially in terms of relationships. When you find yourself in a relationship, sometimes your self-worth can take a dig […]

Colours of Summer – Win a Trip to Bali

As we say goodbye to the dreaded month of January, Dock and Bay have launched their ‘Colours of Summer Campaign’ to help banish those last lingering winter blues. They are […]

Dear Bronte – I’m in Love With My Uni Housemate

Dear Bronte So I’m completely head over heels for my housemate. He’s getting over an ex and I’m getting over another guy I really like.  I know I’m probably only […]

SPA & Journo Resources

Are you interested in gaining experience within the media industry and looking for ways to get involved? Look no further! Read on about how you can get involved and learn […]

Is demonetising in India going to control corruption?

On 8th November 2016, the Indian government demonetised high denomination 500/- (rupee) and 1000/- notes which were no longer to be used as legal tender and instead introduced a new […]

World Mental Health Day at QMUL: Let’s chalk it out!

Statistics show that mental illness is a reality 1 in 4 of us will experience at some point in our lives. According to a survey undertaken by the NUS last […]

Gilby’s Guidance #10

Instaenvy  All I want is to be able to look through my Instagram feed without seeing things that I can’t have, is that too much to ask? The answer is […]

Gilby’s Guidance #9

Second Year Crisis We have made a lot of important decisions in our short lives so far. Where to pick up a weekend job? Whether to take a gap year? […]