An FOI by The Mancunion reveals the amount spent on mental health at the University of Manchester
Ellie Martin argues that society socials should be more open to non-drinkers
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’
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
Ahead of a new term of studying, well-being can often be forgotten about, so Louis Haddad shines a light on the best ways to engage with art to improve your mental health
Foreign students are at greater risk of mental health difficulties than their domestic counterparts, according to new research
Sara Ascenso is the first of her kind in Higher Education, with her appointment coinciding with RNCM’s annual appeal focusing on mental health
In a follow-up article on the female fitness industry, Emma Price exposes the detrimental impacts male fitness influencers can have on both physical and mental wellbeing
The Education Transitions Network will look at how students moving to university can be better supported in the first year of their studies
Becca Knight examines the role of social media in university life and how dependant on it we have become. But what are the negative effects if we use it excessively? Should we switch off in order to enjoy reality?
Camila Florencia Rusailh reviews Ladybones at The King’s Arms, Salford
It is no mystery that social media has shaped the way we interact. However, new studies have found that online platforms are contributing to relationships becoming increasingly superficial
Jasmine Taylor discusses how serious mental health disorders are still being demonised by the media and excluded from popular activist narratives.
Instagram is full of fitness related accounts, but how damaging is ‘fitspiration’? Emma Price looks at the wealth of misinformation spread by influencers, and the impact it has on both mental and physical health
Anuli Changa reviews Hope Mill’s production of ‘Proof’ by David Auburn
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.