Tag : 4th november 2016

The Lad Bible and mental health

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When you think about The LAD bible what immediately pops into your mind? Whatever just appeared in your head it probably wasn’t a campaign which encourages more open discussion and greater awareness of male mental health. However, LAD bible is working with major charities Mind, the Samaritans, CALM (Campaign against … Read More

How Einstein theorised University relationships

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According to Einstein’s theory of relativity, space-time is warped in different parts of the universe. What Einstein did not predict, but which my friend Nicholas has keenly observed, is that the same is true on a planetarian scale. Essentially, different parts of the world, specifically university campuses, have a disrupted … Read More

Welfare at Leeds: don’t bottle it up

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It’s time to talk about mental health. From a very young age we’re taught that if you fall and graze your knee you clean it and put on a plaster, that if you’ve got the flu you stay in bed and drink fluids, if you break your leg you go … Read More

Angelina Jolie: intelligence and elegance at its finest

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Angelina Jolie is undoubtedly one of the most famous and influential women in the world. She is constantly in the media for her career, her relationship with Brad Pitt, her children and her work with the UN. When these are combined it is clear to see how she has become … Read More