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
Could it be that we will no longer have to get free counselling through a volunteer phone service? Or that the months-long waiting list for free counselling offered by the NHS can be skipped by real-time help? This is what Plaid Cymru has promised in the upcoming election, which has the potential to reset the priorities of the UK’s politics as a whole.
The Unspoken Mental Health Pandemic Affecting Students Ryan Sprules writes about the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ mental health. The mental toll of the student struggle against Coronavirus has yet to receive such its share of attention; This is not meant to be some sort of competition of which one poses the greater […]
Online Editor, Maddie Baker, interviews two international students staying in Exeter over the Christmas break. They both explain how they usually spend the festive period and give advice to other international students away from home at Christmas.
Afiqah Abdul Hamid shares her new lockdown hobby and suggests a change for the future to keep the ‘trend’ going.
Olivia Richards extols the virtues of houseplants! Over the last few years there has been a sharp spike in people buying houseplants; whether this be because people who don’t have gardens want to bring some life indoors or students simply wanting to personalise a bland student room. I have noticed that houseplants have gained a […]