Despite clear instructions from the government almost 2,500 freshers at the University of Bristol have returned to university halls during lockdown. Alexander Sampson talks to them about their reasoning and their take on the recent 'roadmap' out of lockdown.
Over 1 in 50 people in the UK are affected by binge eating in their lifetime, but it is often not taken as seriously as other eating disorders due to weight stigmas and common misconceptions about how dangerous it really is.
The final instalment of the four-part Anti-Racism webinar series organised by the University of Bristol Anti-Racism Steering Group, in collaboration with Epigram and the BAME Network took place on 25 February.
The power of social media was illuminated after Reddit users in the subreddit WallStreetBets encouraged a surge in GameStop stock investment earlier this year, seeing a 700 per cent spike in share prices within a matter of days.
Bristol has been an epicentre of environmental awareness over the last few years, home to climate strikes, talks from Greta Thunberg and, last year, the University of Bristol became the first university to announce a climate emergency.