All posts tagged parents

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, […]

WAIT, SHE SAID WHAT ABOUT WHAT?

Okay, so what’s the big deal when it comes to talking about sex? Well, you’re in for a little treat because I am going to propose that there isn’t anything […]

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 […]

Mental Health: Stigma in South Asians

As part of Asian Heritage Month, our VP Welfare, Ahmed Mahbub, held an event all about the complex relationship of mental health, and its stigmas in the South Asian community. […]

How Accessible is Frieze Art Fair?

Following our review of the Sculpture Garden in Regent’s Park, I went along to Frieze London’s Fair, an annual October event that punctuates the calendars of art collectors and enthusiasts […]

International Women’s Day: a Call for Distress to be Met with Action

Happy International Women’s Day guys! The celebrations this week have been wonderful, it’s lovely to feel appreciated as a woman and to know that we are moving toward a world […]

Hixter Bankside

Recently, in a bid to stave off the inevitable panic brought by the prospect of Brexit, Donald Trump and a dissertation (not that I’ve mentioned it), my parents took me […]

The Online Sex Educators

The video opens to upbeat music playing alongside a video collage of condoms, pregnancy tests, tampons, and pills. The camera cuts to Hannah telling her audience “Guys. I got the […]

The Art of Swearing

The world on screen is one that viewers expect to be well mannered; celebs are expected to keep up appearances by projecting social propriety and being a well-spoken cordial figure. […]