Welfare is one of the most important, yet unaddressed areas of student life. This definition encapsulates everything: from how to get your finances right to what to do in case you end up in A&E three days before an exam. Therefore being responsible for this area requires a lot of knowledge of how to address a variety of different issues and whoever takes this role needs to be very approachable. I would like to... read more
The student wellbeing representation network- of which I have been a part for the last 2 years, is still developing, with departments across imperial doing new and wonderful things. In running for wellbeing chair of CGCU my aim is to develop the role of wellbeing by achieving 3 main targets:
• Provide more wellbeing services and activities for students within the CGCU.
• Create greater inter-departmental... read more
Hello, everybody, I am Stefan Michev, a first-year chemical engineer. As a fresher at Imperial, I understand how challenging the life at university can be- adjustment to the new city, culture shock, homesickness, loneliness, overwhelming number of assignments, lack of inspiration, sleep and money are just some of the issues students might experience.
You might say: What does a newbie know about any of this? The... read more