Kayleigh Crawford reviews Super Duper Close Up at the Royal Exchange Theatre
The fundraising event will be the UK’s biggest mental health festival, taking place in various venues across Manchester
An FOI by The Mancunion reveals the amount spent on mental health at the University of Manchester
The largest ever mental health poll of universities has revealed that the levels of distress and illness among students in the UK is ‘alarmingly high’, constituting for an ‘urgent call to action’
Recent research has revealed that LGB students are 24% more likely to commit self-harm, and 21% more likely to attempt suicide in their lifetime.
Research shows over 75% of people in the North-West would say they’re ‘fine’ even when suffering from a mental health issue
There is a lot of pressure to have made friends during your first week at university. Yet, for many the struggle to find friends continues beyond Welcome Week. Isobel Gough takes a look at those pressures, and how to overcome them.
James Johnson discusses some effective, natural remedies to help with those anxious thoughts
A recent report by the Office of National Statistics has found Manchester to be one of the saddest and most anxious places in the UK — is there anything that can be done?
Writer Heidy Lo shares the struggles and triumphs of living alone, with some advice for getting to know yourself
Oli Storey writes about his own experiences with mental health whilst at university, and the ways he has found to manage it
Ciska Howarth encourages us all to use the Careers Service, stressing that we are not alone in making decisions about the future.
Cleaning is the newest weapon in the battle against the highly filtered unreality of lifestyle influencers – Sophia Ashby discusses the success of ‘cleanfluencers’ in an age of materialism
Oliver Storey sees raising awareness of mental health problems on social media is just the first step in tackling such a pervasive issue.
Following national media attention, the Students’ Union seeks to clarify the misunderstanding that they’ve voted through a new policy which bans clapping from all Students’ Union events
Sophie Marriott Writes: A contradictory attitude surrounding the tradition of freshers week exacerbates the potential for it to become a stressful and difficult time for new students.
Joe Whitfield speaks bravely about how he manages his anxiety and why it’s important that everyone expresses their feelings