Spring is around, and I can nearly feel the great moments of the delight of new sunny weather, longer days, and sensorial smell that brings the new growth of plants, […]
We’re reaching the end of Women’s History Month, a month where women are celebrated and remembered for their achievements, their contributions and the sacrifices they made in order to make […]
Monday the 21st of February marked the start of Fairtrade Fortnight, a two-week event designed to draw attention to where our food and drinks come from, and the inequality faced […]
The turn of the seasons mean, more often than not, a turn of the weather. Many of us (myself included!) reach for comfort food when the days get shorter and […]
Exam season is always a stressy time of year, and with only a few hours of daylight and a whole lot of miserable weather, it can be even more challenging […]
Our wellbeing tour of the sustainability spaces on campus starts outside Old Sessions House. You can follow along with us on foot as you read, or just keep these thoughts in mind the next time you’re crossing through campus.
Our mental health and wellbeing are important and essential to our sustainable development. Mental health in university can be challenging. As a student myself, it is important that we are taking care of our mental health, as a positive mindset can have a positive impact on our wellbeing.
Hello, I’m Holly, one of your Student Green Officers! I’m a third-year Games Design student and hope to pursue a Masters in research after this year is up.
TL;DR – an intro to sustainability. The first in a series of bitesize sustainability blogs for students written by Max, SGO Project Officer #actingtogether