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Katharine Cook
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Undergraduate Psychology student and Lifestyle Editor at The Student. An advocate for positive mental health who loves nothing more than a strong cup of coffee.
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Rodent infestations, no hot water and the presence of black mould are among just some of the students' complaints.

LSE students to sue uni over inadequate accommodation

Rodent infestations, no hot water and the presence of black mould are among just some of the students' complaints.

The show is set to take the format of a chat show, where Salmond and a guest will embark on discussions of multiple topics.

Alex Salmond Unleashed: The Edinburgh Fringe show that nobody was expecting

The show is set to take the format of a chat show, where Salmond and a guest will embark on discussions of multiple topics.

The pilot is set to take place in Aberdeen and will last for six months.

Scotland becomes first country to tackle period poverty with free sanitary products

The pilot is set to take place in Aberdeen and will last for six months.

The gala will include dancers from the Royal Ballet and Strictly Come Dancing.

Arlene Phillips organises Gala for Grenfell to fundraise for victims

The gala will include dancers from the Royal Ballet and Strictly Come Dancing.

The office drinks that everyone wants to go to.

A Facebook event has been set up for Theresa May's leaving drinks

The office drinks that everyone wants to go to.

This gives a whole new meaning to the phrase: ‘there’s an app for that’.

Natural Cycles: the new contraceptive app

This gives a whole new meaning to the phrase: ‘there’s an app for that’.

If any organisers fail to go through with this new policy they could face a fine of €75,000.

Fashion models in France will soon require a doctor’s note to work

If any organisers fail to go through with this new policy they could face a fine of €75,000.

Students in England are paying £8.60 per prescription.

GPs call for mental health prescription fees to be scrapped for students

Students in England are paying £8.60 per prescription.

'You want me to have full penetrative sex with your son, right?'

New stage show asks whether sexuality is a fundamental human right

'You want me to have full penetrative sex with your son, right?'

John Igboanugo passed away on Thursday 6th of April during a sports trip to Italy.

University of Surrey students urged to get meningitis vaccine after first year dies

John Igboanugo passed away on Thursday 6th of April during a sports trip to Italy.

Fees are set to increase annually alongside inflation.

Parliament pass legislation allowing further increase in tuition fees

Fees are set to increase annually alongside inflation.

TV
The Underwoods are back, and scarier than ever.

TV Trailer: House of Cards

The Underwoods are back, and scarier than ever.

Where does your university place?
According to The Complete University Guide rankings...

This uni has just been named the worst in the UK

According to The Complete University Guide rankings...

Alpaca-related stress relief is the best kind of stress relief.

Dundee students to welcome alpacas on campus for stress relief

Alpaca-related stress relief is the best kind of stress relief.

Spending just four hours a week volunteering had a significant impact on my wellbeing.

5 ways volunteering improved my mental health

Spending just four hours a week volunteering had a significant impact on my wellbeing.

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