Want to get over your ghost? Expect their handbook excuses By Rory Morrow Social interactions, of course, can occur in all manner of form, shaped by, well, who knows? Fate? A higher power? Coincidence? Luck, good or bad, depending, inevitably on the context of the person and the interaction. A chance meeting on campus, theContinue reading “Ghosting: The Handbook”
Category Archives: Mental Health and Wellbeing
QUB Nightline: We’re back & here to listen
Uni is back & so is Nightline! An anonymous listening volunteer, explains the service & its friendliness in this informative piece:
“Like Learning to Walk Again”- grief and how to help handle it
Guest Contributor, Angus Goldsmith articulates, in superbly eloquent manner, his advice for dealing with the complication of grief
QUB News: REMOTE LEARNING FOR JANUARY 2022
Following the announcement that Queen’s University would return to remote learning in January, Editor-in-Chief Aidan Lomas writes on the outrage felt by many students.
Nightline Awareness Week: We’re Here To Listen
Monday 15th of November marks the beginning of QUB Nightline’s Awareness Week! Keep reading to find out what it’s like being a Nightline volunteer!