Hajar Munirah explores how the music industry can avoid losing more artists like Jesy Nelson.
Alessandro Giacometto recounts his struggles with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and body dysmorphia.
Zyna Shoukat explores how lockdown marked a shift in her attitude towards working out.
Exercise more. Spend less. Eat better. Drink less alcohol. Meet all my deadlines, turn up to all my tutorials and classes, maintain a socially-acceptable sleep schedule, pick up a new hobby, have a better social life, travel the world, start yoga, become fluent in five foreign languages and just generally become: A Better Person. Read More…
“After years of activism centred around raising awareness in perhaps too shallow a way, the underfunding of mental health services across the UK is becoming a bit of an elephant in the room.”
Ellie Redpath examines the limitations of current mental health campaigns and initiatives.
TW: in-depth discussion of mental health issues, mention of mental health crises
Hetta Johnson on her 3 top books that got her through her first lockdown: good recommendations for some relaxing vac readings!
I really cannot stress enough the benefits of being creative. Whilst in lockdown, both at home and in my college room, making art and increasingly lavish scarves has really kept me sane.
Anonymous writes about their experience of addiction.
Oxford Sports Federation Executive Committee (SFEC) have sent an open letter opposing the university’s proposed repurposing of the Iffley Road Sports Centre as a teaching space for Michaelmas term. An email was distributed to committee members on 19 August detailing Oxford University’s ongoing considerations to use the two indoor sports halls at Iffley Road Sports Read More…
Anonymous writes about suspension and living with mental illness at Oxford.