I know some of you currently reading this still have a whole lot of exams to prepare for and a month of studying ahead of you, however I think that considering what you’ll be able to do afterwards to relax… Read moreHow to relax after your exam period?
Being a Latin American student in Edinburgh is quite an adventure. Especially if you come from places like Quito, my hometown, which despite being at 2,800 meters above sea level has an average temperature of 20º throughout the year and… Read moreHow to stay active during winter and boost your mood!
Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) has a dodgy reputation when it comes to room booking nightmares, but when it comes to student support, they are actually pretty amazing. They’re running a welfare campaign called Mental Health and Wellbeing Week, running… Read more#LetsTalk about mental health
Student representation is an incredibly important part of the university experience. This week voting is taking place to elect new sabbatical officers, liberation officers, society representation, and school representatives. I highly encourage you to vote if you’re an existing student… Read moreStudent Representation: Finding your community
Today I write this from the comfort of my bed, where I have spent the last week suffering from illness. As someone with a weak immune system, an inability to absorb b12, and chronic mental health issues, missing class is… Read moreCatching up after illness
This week the university’s student association held mental health and well-being awareness week. Hopefully you took advantage of the amazing events, but looking after your mental well-being doesn’t stop there. University can be tough for a lot of people. Surveys have… Read moreMental Health and Well-being