Scarlett Reid, Print Science Editor thoughtfully discusses the myths that surround eating disorders and how to combat those stereotypes.
IN a 2016 survey conducted by The Tab, the University of Exeter ranked as number 16 in a list of the UK’s heaviest-drinking universities. This ranking may easily have changed by now, but there is still no disputing that out of roughly 150 universities across the UK, Exeter is certainly up there as having some […]
Both systemic in society and interwoven in our psyche, biases are ubiquitous. With widespread influence, from the government and media to gender and our self-esteem, bias is the inherent prejudice toward or against a person or group of people. This is not to be confused with a stereotype: a widely held view about a person […]
Last January, I had never heard of Veganuary. If you had asked me about it, I would have told you that all I knew was that it was something to do with vegans and January – probably whilst I was shoving some chicken into my mouth. Fast forward one year and I am now a […]
“Over the years, I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who is wearing it,” Yves Saint Laurent, couturier extraordinaire and early diversity champion once said. In the 1970s, the French designer was already pioneering mixed runways and four decades later, it seems we’re only just catching up to the […]
Video games, similar to films, books and TV shows; are a form of media. All they are is a way to fill one’s spare time with entertainment. But at the same time, video games are inherently different to any other form of media. Something like a film for instance could be considered a one way […]