Written by Jodie Woodward a current Health and Social NTU student “Life is unpredictable, it changes with the seasons. Even your coldest winter, happens for the best of reasons. And though it feels eternal, like all you’ll ever do is freeze. I promise Spring is coming, and with it, brand new leaves.” – Erin Hanson … More Why we should all take a moment to walk in someone else’s shoes
By Lauren Mapp, a current NTU student The easy, quick on the go way to consume part of your five a day. Fruit and vegetables have a large variety of benefits, research has shown that eating certain fruit can help reduce the risk of disease and even some cancers. For my dissertation I am conducting … More Free Smoothies at Clifton campus!
Written by a Psychology (BSc) Second Year Listening to music has always been my way to unwind and as a result, I decided to pick up a guitar in my early teen years and learn to play. At first, as with anything, I wasn’t very good; but I honestly didn’t care, the love I had … More Dealing With Anxiety Through Music
Written by Bradley Ledger, an NTU Alumni First of all, I hope you had a lovely winter break and have come back to university in this new decade fresh and ready to go! I know the feeling very well, Christmas is over, the last mince pies have been eaten and you’re back in Nottingham to … More Tips for approaching your dissertation
By Mel Chilekwa a current BA Business Management and Accounting and Finance NTU student. No matter what stage you’re at, relationships are tough. From your first all consuming crush at aged 13 to marriage (if that is something you’re considering), relationships need work. Herein lies the problem, at this stage of life how do you … More Relationships at University
Written by Aisha Qadoos a current NTU Philosophy student It began when I was 16. This debilitating sadness and feeling of despair. Not leaving my room for weeks on end. Wanting it to end. Wanting the numbness to subside. Severing ties with people because friendships were exhausting. No longer enjoying the things I called my … More Find Your Anchor
By Chanel MacColl, a current 3rd Year Psychology student Let’s have a mental health day, everyday. Last year I was involved with various World Mental Health Day activities. Whilst I truly admire the day dedicated to raising awareness of mental health, I recognise this is something that should be spoken about everyday. Mental illness can … More Mental Health Day, Everyday