As you may already know, on 2nd November local singer/songwriter Calum Sinclar will perform for us in the yurt, in the next edition of the Tiny Yurt Concerts.
Today is World Mental Health Day (WMHD), an annual event proposed by the World Mental Health Foundation (WMHF). The day aims to raise awareness for those suffering with a mental health issue, so they can speak out and get the help they need. The theme for this year’s day is the access to psychological first aid and how you can help those in need – a theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health.
Celebrity is no doubt an interesting concept. A vast majority of us are hooked by celebrity stories in the paper daily, wanting to know what scandalous thing they’ve got up to next and more often than not, said celebrity gets a red hot spotlight on them that isn’t so positive. Understandably, this isn’t always the case. Unbeknown to the press, celebrities sometimes serve a function and use their fame in a positive manner.
When you hear Leonardo DiCaprio, you think of Jack Dawson and the fact that he finally won an Oscar this year.
On the 23rd of March, Canterbury Christ Church University students and staff were lucky enough to be able to spend a fun day in nature with Kent Wildlife Trust.
Theoretically speaking spring has been around for the last 10 days but only today we started to actually feel it.
After some away time while our new Student Green Office got set up (with their own blog and social media channels) we’re now all coming back together into one great blog, Facebook page and Twitter feed.