When household names like Ellen Page and Jodie Foster give empowering speeches on their sexuality, it can be easy to begin thinking that we in the LGBT+ community have equal representation. Though, when you look beneath the rug where transgender people and queer people of colour have been so tidily swept, you see a completely different picture.
With the end of the academic year fast approaching, many of you are sure to be looking to rent privately. Here are a few tips to make sure your experience runs smoothly.
What if I told you that all that it takes for a complete stranger to fall in love with you is asking 36 questions? Plus 4 minutes of staring at each other in the eyes but hey, after all that talking you will be practically married by that time anyway. At least according to psychologist Arthur Aron, it’s as easy as that!
In 2014 Jonathan Andrews, a student studying English Language and Literature, at King’s College London, won a writing competition about raising awareness for Autism. In an interview with George B. Harvey (a student with Autism at Greenwich University), Jonathan had quite a lot to say about his accomplishment
Every international student is facing a particular challenge before starting Uni. I am not talking about the visa process, the endless hours searching for the most convenient flight or saying goodbye to your beloveds: all these, though, are tough things to deal with, no doubt. But what can be more difficult than trying to fit your entire life into two suitcases?
I am sure a lot of you have come across these two compelling and challenging questions recently. You might also have seen the video: Emma Watson, well known as Hermione Granger in Harry Potter, standing in front of the General Assembly of the United Nations, holding a very emotional speech. No, it’s not the trailer of her latest movie. Emma is not merely starring the role of a female heroine making a stand against gender inequality: she is doing it for real.