The hardest part of a job is not the job itself, but the process of getting it. As I am still searching for ‘my dream job,’ I find myself on a rollercoaster. I search for entry-level jobs, only to find that they require 1-2 years experience. How can recent graduates gain experience if you don’t give them a chance?
The world of academia is a tough one to survive in – trying to do your child proud at the same time is a straining task.
Maybe it’s a generational thing, but when I hear about how my parents’ generation got to study at university for free, I can’t help but think, “why has that changed?” Why does the opportunity for young people to study a topic of their choice with the ambition to pursue a career now come at the cost of thousands and thousands of pounds.
An Edinburgh University based intramural rugby team have launched the #Scotsman2Scotsman challenge to #tacklethestigma surrounding mental health.
Econ FC are preparing to get back on the pitch and begin their title charge.
With longer nights and colder days beginning to set in, experts are worried that the worst of the pandemic’s mental health consequences are yet to come. Additionally university students are fearing that the return to (online) campus may bring even more detrimental impacts to their mental well-being.
Are you looking to get involved in student sport this year? History Boys RFC is on the lookout for new players.
Politicians have used ‘student debt’ as a political football for generations.
Alex Day looks into student rent striking during the covid-19 crisis.
By Peter Hanley-Walsh LinkedIn is a complicated platform for the more ambitious members of the student community. Many struggle with what they can do on