By Freya Butler. Caring about the planet is all the rage right now, so it is the perfect time to check in with Vicky Trudgill and Roisin Smith (Co-Presidents) to see how John’s very own eco-warriors are getting on!
I’m often asked what it’s like to have autism and study here. The answer is one that Psychologists claim to know, but I don’t. I have never experienced anything different.
By Clarissa Wemple. With summatives piling up and exam season looming, it’s easy to get caught up in the madness and forget what your true priority should be – yourself. Here are five tips to help you keep your mental well-being in check.
By Clarissa Wemple. On the eve of the Lunar New Year, the international students’ reps hosted a wonderful event in the Vasey room to celebrate the coming of the new year of the pig!
By Emily Griffiths. It’s fair to say this year’s University Challenge team has got Durham talking. But why does a show originating from the 1970s continue to hold such a presence and, indeed, momentum, which shows no signs of slowing down?
By Kathleen Chen. Since the second term is starting, I decided to put together a short little ‘To-do List’ of things in John’s based on mine and other Johnians’ opinion to help you get a fresh kick-start into college for the new year and term!
By Freya Butler. It’s easy to feel a little hopeless and insignificant, but the world is made up of individuals and everyone’s actions matter and make a difference. You’re never too small to change the world, just a little.