Monday, November 29, 2021
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A Perspective on Validation

The inability to feel validated is something many of us struggle with. We routinely identify certain parts of our lives that we are not...

Oxford launches study on lockdown’s effects on young people

The University of Oxford has created a survey investigating the impact of lockdown on young people.  The survey, called Co-SPACE (standing for COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and...

Oxford City Council marks Mental Health Awareness Week

Oxford City Council is marking Mental Health Awareness Week, Monday 18th to Sunday 24th May, by urging people to consider how kindness can improve...

Cleverly Captured Vulnerability in ‘Normal People’

When I first read Normal People, it was the unwavering emotional rigour of the prose that got to me. Rooney has this matter-of-fact way...

Opinion – The Education System Is Broken

TW: self-harm, substance abuse New commission, Cherwell Comment: **The Education system is utter garbage!** Eh, could be a tough crowd to sell this one to....

Now do I belong?: The effects of early-onset impostor syndrome

As Hilary Term drew to a close and we sat in my friend’s room, anticipating a final night out, we reflected on how we’d...

Do LGBT+ creatives have a responsibility to produce queer art?

Being "protected" from anything that resembled queerness did not manage to make me straight

Big White Wall to give students 24/7 mental health support

Oxford University has signed up to Big White Wall, an online community offering 24/7 mental health support for issues such as exam stress, depression,...

Global study to analyse social distancing effect on mental wellbeing and...

As the COVID-19 pandemic is creating new universal norms, a new global study aims to analyse the psychological effects of social distancing on citizens...

Mental Health Services Under Corona: A Chance to do Better

As we face the universal challenge of lockdown life, Sasha Mills is hopeful that when we finally reach the other side of the rainbow there will be a better mental health service waiting.