The Pandemic Podcast is a podcast organised by University of Leeds students and it launched its first episode on November 21st. The podcast is here to talk openly and honestly about student experiences as well […]
Have we been prioritising physical health and containing the virus at the expanse of neglecting mental health in this country? Clarissa Leung and Ahnaf Akeef report on Covid’s impact on mental health.
Kate Hall looks into the science behind why some men are able to grow facial hair, and why some aren’t.
Caring for our mental health has always been essential, but now maybe even more than ever! Amid a global pandemic and during a second lockdown, it is easy to forget about taking care of ourselves and prioritising our mental well-being.
So, as the country transitions into another lockdown, we’ve dug deep to uproot and offer some mechanisms that can be put into place to boost body and mind.
The craziness of 2020 continues. With many regions facing local lockdown, redundancies risings and students learning online it can be hard to go outside or even get out of bed. So, I thought in this […]
As Leeds University has not been asked to close, a growing concern for the well-being of students has become a major issue faced by the university.
Ishmael Silvestro talks to legendary DJ NikNak about the art of DJing, the importance of diversity and the dangers of not looking after your mental health
Jane discusses how the pandemic helped her to focus on her well-being and start romanticising life.
In this article Charlotte discusses how her perceptions/priorities regarding self-care have changed during the coronavirus pandemic for World Mental Health Day, and offers some long-term tips for looking after yourself as a student.
With Boris Johnson urging recently that “absolutely every pupil needs to be back in school,” the return to education for both primary, secondary and higher education students across the UK after almost 6 months this week is finally a reality. However, the return is expected to present some major challenges to students’ wellbeing and mental health.
COVID-19 has triggered feelings of doubt, panic, and despair across the globe; but for the 1-2% of the UK with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), the present circumstances are especially unsettling.