Feeling the SAD winter blues
Writer Victoria Evans shares her advice on managing Seasonal Affective Disorder now the long evenings have begun
Think before you ink
Writer Victoria Evans explains the state of tattoos in modern-day society
Spilling the tea on Britain’s tea addiction
It’s time to spill the tea – Victoria Evans talks all things caffeine and the nation’s favourite drink
Ayahuasca: tradition versus tourism
Writer Victoria Evans compares the introduction of tobacco to Europe to the modern day tourist’s consumption of ayahuasca and the disregard for both of their traditional ceremonial significance
Madlug: Life goes inside
Victoria Evans highlights the positive activism of ‘Madlug’: a brand fighting to end the stigma many children in care experience
A winter escape to Malaga
Victoria Evans takes us on a trip to one of Spain’s most misunderstood cities, explaining why we all should take a sunny break this winter
The fight against FGM
Victoria Evans explores the wide-reaching impact of FGM and the importance of women’s sexual health globally
Three Peaks Challenge
Victoria Evans discusses the upcoming Three Peaks Challenge and the charitable foundations behind climbing the UK’s highest mountains
Greater Manchester rallies calls to combat Hate Crime
Greater Manchester encouraged citizens to combat prejudice and reduce hate crime, alongside police efforts
The Gin-aissance: the UK re-discovers its love for Gin
Victoria Evans writes about the UK’s gin-drinking culture and ‘Manchester Gin’ – a craft gin company based in Manchester.
Celebrating the festival of lights
Victoria Evans speaks about Hanukkah, and the importance of remembering other cultural traditions during the Christmas period.
Fight period poverty with ‘Once A Month’
Victoria Evans speaks to Gaby Hartfield about ‘Once a Month’, a Student Action project fighting period poverty in a compassionate and practical way.
The women who shaped our city
Victoria Evans explores the ‘Women Who Shaped Manchester’ exhibition at the John Rylands Library, and delves into the history of a city built on female resilience.
Should parents be informed about student mental health crises?
A recent proposal put forward by Higher Education Minister, Sam Gyimah seeks to enforce that universities inform parents if their children are facing a crisis with regards to mental health. He wants universities to work in loco parentis, paying closer attention to the wellbeing of their students.
End of Store Street Exhibition: Launch Party
Victoria Evans gives us an exclusive insight into some of Warehouse Project’s leading team members and their prospects for the iconic Mancunian event
The Manchester café crawl
It’s no myth that Manchester is teeming with independent coffeehouses, and with so many to choose from, I’ve selected 3 of my favourites. My first stop on this ‘café crawl’ was Chapter One Books in the Northern Quarter. An independent coffeehouse and bookstore, it offers a quirky medley of all things abstract. Part of the […]
Ljubljana for the budget traveller
Known for being quirky, inexpensive and rich in history, Slovenia’s capital city is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination. Praised for its commitment to improving the environment, Victoria Evans proves the city has much more to offer than cheap pints.