All posts tagged statistics

Medicine Doesn’t Care About Women – pt. 2

In part one of ‘Medicine Doesn’t Care About Women’, some women shared their experiences with medical professionals. In this article, I’m going to explore the different reasons for the experiences […]

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 […]

Radio’s unavoidable decline, and what it means for the music industry.

In a world governed by technology and the internet, music consumption is one of the fastest-growing, but more importantly, fastest-changing industries today. The internet has completely transformed the way the […]

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, […]

Breaking Down the Grammys

Album of the year, and record of the year were won by Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic. Mars also picked up song of the year with ‘That’s What I Like’. Best […]

We Need To Talk About Food

When someone says the word ‘relationships’, it sets off a stream of images of romance, couples, even friendships, but what has recently arrested my attention is people’s relationships with food. Supermarkets are […]

Down the Rabbit Hole

“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked. “Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.” “How do you […]

Why The Doctor Can Be Anyone, Especially a Female.

When I first started editing the film section of CUB Magazine – almost a year ago now, when Britain was in the EU, America did not have a carrot cake […]

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 […]