Brig’s Cameron Watson talks to Stirling student Adam McLeod about his mental health and how he copes with it.
“You forget that the world is the same as it always was, that it is your mind that has turned against you.”
Brig talks to the Union’s new VP Communities about dealing with mental health within the union and the university.
First year Stirling student Laura Goodwin talks to Brig about receiving a diagnosis after years of dealing with depression.
Founder of Stirling University’s Mental Wellbeing Society, Rylee Binns talks about their journey dealing with Mental Health
“When I say to people ‘I’m terrified I have a brain tumour’ they are a bit taken aback” – Mental Health Q&A
As part of Mental Health May, Brig talks to Stirling student Colin Chapman about his personal mental health experience.
Brig’s Cameron Watson starts off Mental Health May by looking at our perceptions of mental health within the University of Stirling.
The council and general elections look set to see the Tories and SNP caught in fervent races, writes Ross Brannigan.
It’s easy to feel defeated after a bad exam, but there are ways to feel better about the situation, writes Rebekah McVey.
If you were too late to sign-up for the Stirling Marathon, maybe one of these events will tickle your competitive side.