Managing a mental health spiral – a Cantab’s testimony

Facing up to the challenges of shifting friendship groups, the collegiate system, and the infamous workload

Cantabs don’t look after themselves enough – this needs to change

Some ways to keep on top of everything

How to keep sane at Cambridge

Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum

REVEALED: How your college handles intermissions

Results show shocking disparities between colleges

Looking back on depression

It gets better

What to do if you experience mental health issues in Cambridge

There is never no hope.

What a suicide attempt showed me about mental health and Cambridge

I was given the number of a crisis team, and was told by them that I didn’t need their help

Stephen Fry condemns the “self pity” of abuse victims and “infantile” student activism

He said the advances of the Enlightenment are being deliberately pushed back

Cambridge is literally driving us crazy

Why, despite ever-increasing welfare provisions, we’re still not happy.

Those with mental health conditions could wear wristbands, says Tory candidate for Cambridge

‘It was a spur of the moment thing rather than a prepared policy’



I’m depressed and no-one knows

“I didn’t do anything about it for two years. I felt I had no right to be depressed”

Microagression is everywhere, be it in Cambridge or a psychiatric unit

The realities of intermitting: livestock language follows me wherever I go 

Santa is a Scumbag: Review

ISA BONACHERA is not amused by a show that ‘manages to offend everyone’

How To Talk About Depression

This is how we should talk about Depression

Stop thinking, start doing

OLIVIA FAYE wants us all to stop over-thinking everything, and just get on with it

The degrading dilemma

NICK BRITTLEBANK leads us through some of the potential pitfalls of taking the time off

I’d rather be at any other Uni than Cambridge

Cambridge is shit. Let’s stop kidding ourselves

My problem with food

Our author tries to make things better for other sufferers of eating disorders by telling it how it is.

Generation Y: The Depressed Generation?

In the next installment of our Mental Health Week series, HELEN THOMPSON considers whether we need to look again at diagnosis.