Wednesday, December 8, 2021
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Launch of new student well-being guide

"I very much hope this guide will reduce anxiety and uncertainty, reassure students that they are not alone in facing these issues, and most importantly that there is always something they can do to help themselves and someone to talk to if it’s all a bit much."

Cambridge SU Undergraduate President calls for reading week to improve student...

As well as tackling loneliness, his proposal hopes to create more time for the academic and extra-curricular opportunities Cambridge offers, as well as to reduce the number of students forced to consider or undertake intermission for academic reasons.

ONS survey finds students’ mental health has worsened since autumn 2020

Average life satisfaction, measured out of 10, has fallen by 9% to 4.8 compared to 5.3 in November. Self-reported anxiety levels remained unchanged for students, but at 5.2 out of 10 students report a statistically significantly higher level of anxiety than the general population

In defence of self-help

"It took my own experience of trauma to recognise that maligning self-help can contribute to disempowerment, and to think non-judgementally about the traumas which might have led other people to seek self-help and self-care."

Oxford named top city for wellbeing

The Demos-PWC Good Growth forCities report was created over tenyears ago as a way to measure the success of cities beyond GDP growth. Oxford ranked...

No rest for the wicked

It's time for us all to close those laptops and get the rest our bodies crave

A bloody nightmare

Heather Cant wishes for a happier period

An experience of Oxford Women Speak Out

Emily Beswick discusses using her time, and body, for activism

Dodging Oxford’s cyclists

Emma Leech shares the life lessons learnt from a bike crash

Pandora extols wisdom, seated upon box

Pandora the cat presents her own coping mechanisms for Oxford life.