Obesity and depression are on the rise among UK young people, according to a large-scale study led by the University College London. The study was published after the government discussed about how to cut down offensive and body shaming content on social media. Researchers found that there is a significant correlation between obesity and depression. The report also highlights how the influence of social media … Continue reading Researchers at the University College London have found a significant correlation between obesity and depression
A recent report from the Universities and Colleges Union proposed a new system in which students in England, Wales & Northern Ireland would only be able to apply for higher education the day after receiving their exam results. This is to allow them to make better choices when applying as they can search for course that suits their qualifications. This would also lead to a … Continue reading Report to Help Students make Better Choices
Christmas is finally here and there’s nothing like the yearly festivities in Glasgow, but this year it is bigger and better. There are more stalls (including vegan food options), a wider variety of food, a vast range of activities and loads of magical lights – ‘Tis the season to be jolly. With the market being open for just over a week, the rate of visitors … Continue reading Glasgow Loves Christmas
By Fiona Mackie TODAY is the harrowing 17-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack carried out on the World Trade Centre in New York. September 11 will forever be remembered for the series of four planes that attacked the United States, with two hijacked planes ultimately striking the World Trade Centre. The attack took 2,977 lives. The number of British casualties was 67. Many students … Continue reading Anniversary of 9/11
BY LEA FABBRINI AYR – The lack of regulation on letting agents is leaving students without a place to live, even when the academic session has already started. Students are left with having to commute to Ayr from as far as Dundee and Perth. Most letting agents seem to have “some predecided belief about students all being partygoers and bad investments when they are probably … Continue reading Students VS Letting Agents?