Chloe Pumares explores the ways we can overcome Imposter Syndrome
Henry Hood considers Piers Morgan’s slander of Meghan Markle after she speaks out about mental health struggles
Sophie Porteous discusses the habits we should maintain after the pandemic is over
Lifestyle Editor Millie Betts discusses the anxieties that many might be experiencing while restrictions continue to be lifted
It can be difficult to balance life and work, especially, when everything is done from our same 4 walls. Lockdown can be tough, but Jessica offers the best remedy for keeping one’s spirits high: the greenery all around us. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself at Exeter, Devon is a never ending playground of landscapes, and if not, there’s always a green place to be discovered at home.
COVID Sport Restrictions: Bubbling Up More Progress? Billy Densham suggests COVID-19 bubbles have highlighted the importance of prioritising athlete mental health The mental wellbeing of athletes has been pulled into sharp focus as a result of tight COVID restrictions. This could be a watershed moment where the sporting community accepts that mental health has to […]
Jack Walton considers if gyms should have been kept open through the continued lockdowns seen in the United Kingdom.
Costanza Sardelli launches Arts and Literature’s new lockdown photojournalism project by capturing the Japanese practice of ‘forest bathing’
The grade safety net world we lived in last year is no longer, and although there are some merits to this policy, its replacement is inappropriate. Through a look at the Students for academic mitigation’s work, this account of uncertainty from a final year perspective will make you feel less alone.
Clemence Smith discusses if 2021 is really the year for resolutions