All posts tagged mile end

Book Review: ‘Jog On’ by Bella Mackie

Picture this: A freezing, rainy February day in beautiful Mile End. I’m homesick. The Philadelphia Eagles have just won the Super Bowl. My friends back in the States have travelled home to be […]

A Queen Mary Freshers’ Venue Guide.

Fresher’s is a daunting time for everyone. Not only because you’re starting university, but also because you have to navigate an entirely new place. And if you’re a Queen Mary […]

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 […]

VA – the app that will help you budget whilst at Uni

Let’s talk about money. It can be a sensitive subject for students. You start university and have to be independent, no longer are you able to rely on the steady […]

Green Spaces around Mile End for an Escape from Uni Life

For many of us, upcoming exams and assignment deadlines means long days spent in the library looking at computer screens, and not enough time spent outdoors. Now that the snow […]

An open relationship with Mental Health

Sitting in the Mile End Wetherspoons on a cold and rainy Monday night, my friend and I began a discussion that caused a reaction I could not have possibly anticipated. […]

International Comrades Coffee House

This October, Queen Mary students and Tower Hamlets residents gleaned another independent work and social space on Burdett Road. Whereas students are well versed in the local Mile End road […]

Free London views to rival The Shard…

Towering above and dominating London’s skyline, The Shard has the reputation for offering breath-taking panoramic views of the city. However, I would like to use this article to shine a […]

How the Babadook is a feminist icon

As part of Genesis’ Directed By Women series, myself and a less than eager friend went to see The Babadook. ‘It’s not that scary, I promise,’ quickly turned into ‘I’m […]