The Croft Magazine // With so much happening locally and globally, it can be easy to get caught in a never-ending scroll, consuming one piece of negative news after the other. While it's good to stay in-the-know, overconsumption of news can be detrimental.
The Croft // With all the changes this year has brought, many of us are not getting the university experience we'd expected. Even in ‘normal’ times, though, there is pressure to finish uni with your life mapped out when in fact this is far from realistic.
The Croft Magazine // This International Women's Day, Juliette reflects on two feminist icons, Frida Kahlo and Jameela Jamil, and considers how society pushes women to value ourselves in terms of our bodies rather than who we are as people.
The Croft Magazine // This Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we reflect on how lockdown has forced us to spend a lot of time with ourselves. With this many of us have been pushed to confront our minds and bodies in a way that we’d once been able to avoid.
The Croft Magazine // It is natural to assume that university is the place to find oneself, to gain a sense of true independence, or ultimately just to grow up. These paths have become increasingly difficult since Covid-19 hit.
The Croft Magazine // Establishing and keeping up with a manageable routine can be tricky, but Helen Clark reminds us how important it can be in helping us cope with the anxiety brought about by the current state of the world.