Humans of SOAS Pauline Blanchet: Talking Mental Health with our Agony Aunt

So, first, as our agony aunt this year for The SOAS Spirit, tell us about yourself. Pauline: My name is Pauline Blanchet, and I am a third-year student, studying Linguistics and Development. I have been passionate about mental health for a long time. At the age of fifteen, I was confronted with mental health issues […]

So Many, Yet So Little Done

Florence Goddard, BA Politics and Development Studies Trigger Warning: Article deals with issues of mental health and mentions suicide. As a fairly privileged middle class student of a notoriously left-wing university I spend most of my time in the world of radical idealism, safe spaces and tolerance that is SOAS. It’s definitely not perfect, but […]