Raising awareness is an integral part of igniting change. Knowing about eating disorders, and the methods available for treatment and prevention is a key part of building a healthy culture around food...

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On the 31st January 2020, the United Kingdom left the European Union, the world’s largest trading bloc, causing a mix of reactions throughout the country. Some were celebrating in the streets, some...

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Congratulations! You’ve slogged over essays, stressed out about projects, and managed to navigate your way through group work. But now it’s time to sit down, gather your thoughts, and get started on...

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Between social lives, part-time jobs and everything else in our busy schedules, sometimes it seems studies aren’t exactly at the top of our list of priorities. But with the dreaded exam season in full...

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In the same way we pay attention to our food to get a six-pack or lose weight, we can change our diet to get our brain to perform at its best - with the right food that has positive effects on brain...

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As the year comes to an end, we thought it was about time to look back and celebrate some of the amazing work that so many of you have produced for the GRB Student Blog!

It has been a great year for...

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So, you visit universities, attend multiple open days, spend a copious amount of time deciding your firm and insurance choices, you then sit your exams and fall into your uni. You can then expect it...

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Despite the copious amounts of information and material about Fresher’s Week and getting used to university life generally, there’s very little information specific to LGBT+ students like myself, and...

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In May 2018, I was lucky enough to be offered a place to study for a semester in Japan for March 2019! To say this was a shock was an understatement as my first choice of exchange places were in...

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As I sit here in Café Nero on Princes Street in Edinburgh, reminiscing about my previous year spent living in France, I realise that there doesn’t seem to be anyone around me speaking English; Spanish...

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Going to university is full of the unknown and uncertainty. You leave home for the first time and move to a completely new city alone to become independent, your first big step into the real world....

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One in four adults and one in ten children experience problems with their mental health.

In this day and age with numerous technological advancements, you would think something could be done to help...

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With so many films, programmes and even memes out there that seem to coherently focus their content on stereotypical uni life, the valuation of a student is now seen to be nothing more than a person...

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Your final year at university can seem daunting. It’s your last year of formal education and the “real world” is looming – no matter where you go, everyone wants to know what you’re going to do once...

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If you’re a recent graduate like me, you might share the familiar feelings of uncertainty and deflation. After spending years in education, the summertime was a chance to relax but this summer feels...

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Studying abroad is an incredible experience but no matter how much you don’t want it to end, it cannot last forever. Like me, you probably looked forward to this experience for a long time and now...

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Until now, have you ever really thought how you as an individual contribute to our planet? Well, with the news being dominated recently by our decreasing planet health, we thought we would do our bit...

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At university, it’s hard to catch a break when there is so much to do all the time - studying, societies, socialising and work. It is easy to pretend that problems don’t exist, sleeping them away each...

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I had just finished my last exam, and was celebrating in one of the beer gardens on campus with my course mates. I phoned my Grandpa – it was his birthday, and he wanted to know how my exam went. I...

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