How do you picture a person with a disability? Would you imagine a young, able-bodied and seemingly ‘normal’ woman? My guess is not.
So you’ve survived the first weekend, you’ve spoken to tons of new people and you’ve potentially overdone it with the alcohol.
Note: this blog post contains discussion about sexual assault.
During our time as students, every one of us must grapple with the London housing market. I still shudder when I think of all the drama and stress surrounding my last round of house hunting.
Yesterday I was invited to speak at the College’s annual Student Welfare Seminar; given the very conspicuous lack of students in attendance I felt it would be appropriate to give a run down of my...
Those who know me well will remember my frustration in the run up to the response deadline for the Higher Education Green Paper.
Last year I was ICSMSU Welfare Officer. I did a pretty decent job by all accounts, however I still had unfinished business when I came to the end of the year.
Most people are aware of the ongoing dispute over junior doctors contracts. As a medic myself with a partner who is a practicing junior doctor, I identify very strongly with the issue.
I’m all too aware of the importance of voting and exercising my democratic rights.