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There is no 'I' in mental health

According to the 2020 Health and Wellbeing report, 41% of students are diagnosed with a mental health problem when at Bristol University, 48% of these students are now receiving drug treatment, and 32% of students feel alienated at university - but what's the connection?
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The Bristol student who wrote her dissertation about Taylor Swift

Evie Chiles, a third-year Sociology and Philosophy student at Bristol University has gone viral on Twitter for writing her dissertation about Taylor Swift. Evie told Epigram she had always planned to make Taylor Swift the focus of her final year dissertation.
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180 Degrees Bristol are officially the ‘most innovative’ student consultants in the UK

In an ever-more challenging environment for charities and non-profit organisations many of them are turning to the consultancy industry for much-needed advice. Student-run consulting firms are leading the way in supporting charitable organisations through the global pandemic.
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The pros and cons of covid dating

For many of us, the Coronavirus pandemic has been one excruciatingly long dry spell. The nature of Covid restrictions has dramatically shrunk students’ social circles, thereby reducing the number of opportunities to meet a new sexual or romantic partner.
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The struggles of LGBTQ+ students in lockdown

Needless to say, the past year has had an immeasurable impact on everyone, much of which we are yet to see. However, certain groups have felt the impact of the pandemic disproportionately.
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There’s an ugly side to the student modelling industry

For young female undergraduate students who are trying to balance studying with earning some money while maintaining positive mental health, modelling can be a toxic and unrewarding industry.
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There’s actually a customer in my shop! How small business owners are feeling about opening again

It was not only us students who were thrilled the prospect about life to going ‘back to normal’ yesterday; non-essential business owners up and down the country were itching to dust off their tills, position their hand-sanitizing stations and throw open their doors.
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COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy amongst ethnic minority communities

Whilst the UK's rollout of its COVID-19 vaccination programme is going well, there remains hesitancy about vaccine take up amongst some people.
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