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.
Last week’s very successful sponsorship event gave me some inspiration to write a blog post about the event, the importance of sponsorship for Clubs, Societies and Projects (CSPs) and how the Union...
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...
It's time for the DPFS by-election!
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.
One of my key objectives this year was to make being a PhD Rep better, easier, and more worthwhile for you, and anyone wishing to be a Rep in the future.
There are hundreds of articles online about why people should be active – just search it. Here’s one:
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.
For many of you, this time of year is probably when the pressure is really starting to rack up.