Student suspensions due to pro-Palestinian action are on the rise at UK Universities. What is happening and what can we do?
We examine the strong links between social media and self-perception.
With new sports and the return of old favourites, there’s plenty to look forward to this summer.
Endometriosis and PCOS are conditions that affect 1 in 10 women in the UK, but despite these significant statistics, there is still no known cause or cure.
This podcast takes a deep dive into the history of William Dorsey Swann who was the self proclaimed ‘first drag queen’. With extracts from author Kit Heyam and American drag queens Angelique Young and Rita Room, we look further into how Swann’s legacy lives on today and how drag is being effected by the republicans anti-drag crusade.
Collective studies have shown that having a hobby can lower levels of depression, increase life satisfaction, happiness and self-reported health.
With interviews from journalist and mental heath ambassador Millie Gooch and third-year university student Salma Bentir, we get in insight into the benefits of why it’s so important for students to have a hobby.
We explore how the lives of sex workers have changed since the rise of OnlyFans