Being an international student during the pandemic

By Valeria Fieni a 1st Year Exercise, Nutrition & Health NTU student I’m sure everyone has experienced that sense of excitement about finally moving out of your parents’ home and gaining some of that well-earned independence. After all, we don’t really want to live at home forever and moving to university is one very big … More Being an international student during the pandemic

Sleep tips

By Chloe Gabrielle Roesch a current PhD NTU student Timing A regular wake-up time (or Sleep Anchor) is as important- if not more important- to establishing a healthy, restful and functional sleep-wake pattern. Pick the earliest time in your week you routinely have to wake up and stick with it. Then, only allow yourself to … More Sleep tips

Eating Disorders and Self-Harm Awareness – My Story

By Jighna Chauhan a 2nd Year Psychology NTU student Content warning: This blog mentions personal experience around self-harm and eating disorders which some readers might find triggering. This feels a little strange to write, so let me introduce myself first. My name is Jighna but my friends call me Jig, I’m 20 years old and … More Eating Disorders and Self-Harm Awareness – My Story

Self-Harm Awareness Day blog

Written by a current 1st year Childhood Psychology NTU student Content warning: This blog mentions personal experience around self-harm which some readers might find triggering. Today is Self-Harm Awareness Day. It is 2021 and there are still so many myths and misconceptions around self-harm, those who haven’t experienced self-harm or been in that situation may not always understand … More Self-Harm Awareness Day blog