Being on your period is the worst time of the month. Quite literally. You’re hungry, grouchy and just want to curl up in bed all day. Imagine all of this, but on top of this all the language, advertising and discussion relating to periods is framed around a gender to which you do not identify. Men don’t have periods, right? Wrong. Not all women menstruate, and not all people who menstruate are women.
Period Poverty affects people all around the world. A surprising number of people struggle to access safe menstrual products due to finances or a lack of education on what is safe to use.
Not all heros wear capes but the Eco Students society were spotted by a local resident who wanted to share their good deeds.
Students who were moving out of halls were encouraged to donate their unwanted items to the British Heart Foundation.
A new bus will be running on Wednesday afternoons for spectators and players, taking them to fixtures at Polo Farm and Stodmarsh playing fields.
We have been made aware of reports of recent drink spikings in Canterbury. We want to ensure that our students can feel safe.
Content Warning: Violence against women
Get an update on how the National Union Students National Conference 2021 is going.
On Thursday 4 Feb 2021 we received a response from the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran, regarding graduations for the class of 2020.
The work we have been doing for our Student Parent and Carers.