Destiny Adeyemi, BA African studies SOAS is being praised for having short response times for its student mental health care, with students waiting 1.2 days for support on average. A study on the quality of university mental health services by Sir Norman Lamb has revealed that most universities have long waiting times for counselling services. […]
Since 2010 SOAS has been making great advances in taking action against climate change. But there’s still seem to be room for improvement.
An event at SOAS hosted by the South Asia Solidarity Group was disrupted by a group of masked Hindu nationalists chanting ‘Jai Hind’ (Victory to India) slogans.
SOAS Director Valerie Amos will step down next summer to take the top spot at University College Oxford. Back in London, the search for SOAS’ next Director has already begun.
George Smith, BA Social Anthropology Ask yourself, what would you do if Amazon or eBay shut down? Gone, disappeared. How about that website which sends you those organic status-enhancing vegetables in the post? I’d imagine the answer for most of us would be simple, go to the next best thing. If eBay shuts down, use […]
Sabrina Shah, BA International Relations In January, the Henry Jackson Society Student Rights Project published their annual report on “Extreme Events and Speakers” taking place on university campuses. For the third consecutive year, SOAS has been ranked first. According to the report, SOAS hosted “42 events” with either “extreme” views or with “extreme” speakers. This […]