In The Dressmaker’s Gift, Fiona Valpy paints a vivid image of France in World War II, transformed by Nazi Germany occupation.
Every Thursday, at 8 pm, the nation stands outside of their homes, flats and workplaces to applaud the incredible work of the NHS. Whilst the clap is, of course, a nice gesture, and has a positive impact upon communities up and down the country, how beneficial is this really to the NHS?
A brilliant representation of internal turmoil through the eyes of a young woman. First published in 1963, under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas, The Bell Jar is Sylvia Plath’s only novel. When I first picked up the book, I thought I […]
Science says we need eight hugs a day for maintenance. But in a time when human touch is virtually banned, my mental health faced its biggest challenge yet.
Netflix’s new film The Half of It might just have mastered the perfect balance between the rom com formula and a new take on the genre. Spoilers ahead!
Expectations of achievement during quarantine may be a small worry about coronavirus. But they have the power to tear down our mental health.
On the Edge of Change is the highly-anticipated debut EP from London based singer-songwriter Jennings Couch.
Pandemic fuelled panic buying has consistently been featured in the media over the past fortnight. Desolate supermarket shelves have been ransacked by ravenous shoppers, stacking their trollies high in preparation of a premature apocalypse.
For the first time in nearly 10 years, a crewed NASA rocket will launch from US soil. This will undoubtfully impact the future of space exploration and the development of the industry.
Enactus aims to support young people in the UK to engage in youth social action and youth social enterprise.