This week is Dyslexia Awareness Week. Dyslexia is a Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD) that affects a significant number of students.
I am led to believe that tomorrow’s edition of Felix newspaper contains an article about our first ever Dri night. I wanted to let you know a bit about the event and the reasons for why we ran it.
A quick introduction to who I am. I’ve just finished four years of a chemistry degree, and am now serving you for a year as your DPW.
Local and EU elections are fast-approaching, with people getting ready to cast their votes this Thursday.
David Willets, the Minister for Universities and Science, has announced plans for a series of cuts to the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) provision.
Imperial College Union’s Sexual Health Clinic returns this Thursday 27 February.
Following on from the Immigration Bill campaign, I’m happy to announce major developments in this area.
The January exam period can be a tough one. For first years, this is the first set of university exams you will have and it can seem a bit intimidating to step into your first Imperial exam hall.
The other week, a former Imperial Professor, Prof Meiron Thomas, hit the headlines with an article which talked about why having so many women doctors is hurting the NHS.
If you aren't yet aware of RateMash, it is a site which allows users to rate other students at their university to create a ranking of the 'hottest guys and girls'.