Writer’s Block: How To Crush It

Writer’s block: it’s a cruel mistress. It strikes when it wishes and doesn’t care about your oncoming deadlines. It hits especially hard when you’re studying creative writing, literature or anything like that. It’s like you’re standing in front of a wall – too high to climb and too wide to walk around. But remember this:Continue reading “Writer’s Block: How To Crush It”

Not Driving Home For Christmas (Interview with Irina Ciorobea, Year 2 International Student)

Studying abroad is a challenge in-of-itself. Not only are you expected to leave your family and friends, you must learn to speak a new tongue, discover cultural differences and learn to belong to a society that may operate extremely differently from your own. This is already a gargantuan task, but there’s always the reassurance thatContinue reading “Not Driving Home For Christmas (Interview with Irina Ciorobea, Year 2 International Student)”

Feminism Society – Interview with President Nele Leitolf (Short version)

To read the full interview with Nele and find out even more about the Feminism Society, click here. Describe your society in one sentence We are fighting for equality, defending women’s rights, having fun and making friends at the same time. What is your main goal/plan as a society? “That’s a tough one because obviouslyContinue reading “Feminism Society – Interview with President Nele Leitolf (Short version)”

LGBTQ+ at Greenwich – Interview with President Ryan Bryce

Describe your society in one sentence “We are a safe, judgement-free network of people where you can freely be yourself.” What is your main goal/plan as a society? “The main goal is and has been since I took the reigns last year, to provide a community for LGBTQ+ students. Where that might sound like aContinue reading “LGBTQ+ at Greenwich – Interview with President Ryan Bryce”

Society of Dramatic Arts – Interview with President Daniel Chedgzoy (Long version)

Describe your society in one sentence. The Society of Dramatic Arts (SODA) is a place for anyone who has a passion for creating theatre and making work they can be proud of. What is your main goal/plan as a society? SODA was formed primarily to give opportunities to perform and explore theatre to students. WeContinue reading “Society of Dramatic Arts – Interview with President Daniel Chedgzoy (Long version)”

Feminism Society -Interview with President Nele Leitolf (Long version)

Describe your society in one sentence We are fighting for equality, defending women’s rights, having fun and making friends at the same time. What is your main goal/plan as a society? “That’s a tough one because obviously everyone who is a member of the society has different ideas of what […] feminism is. What IContinue reading “Feminism Society -Interview with President Nele Leitolf (Long version)”

Society of Dramatic Arts – Interview with President Daniel Chedgzoy (Short version)

To read the full interview with Daniel and find out even more about the Society of Dramatic Arts, click here. Describe your society in one sentence. The Society of Dramatic Arts (SODA) is a place for anyone who has a passion for creating theatre and making work they can be proud of. What is yourContinue reading “Society of Dramatic Arts – Interview with President Daniel Chedgzoy (Short version)”

‘Going from a paddling pool to an Olympic-sized swimming pool’: An Interview on Acting with Henry Rundle

Thousands have the dream of becoming a star. Many long for their name in lights, or across tabloid newspapers for the world to see. For Henry (Harry) Rundle, 26, this isn’t the acting dream he sees when he closes his eyes at night. Harry started acting at the age of 14, whereupon he played TybaltContinue reading “‘Going from a paddling pool to an Olympic-sized swimming pool’: An Interview on Acting with Henry Rundle”

Studying with Autism: An Interview with James Mullholland

By Nicholas Jones We all dread waking up in the morning and heading to that 9am lecture; and no-one is particularly fond of seminars, coursework or exams. And yet for the most part, a high number of university students have an easy time of it! What a lot of people don’t consider is how otherContinue reading “Studying with Autism: An Interview with James Mullholland”