Issues around sexual and reproductive health comprise a significant part of our work at the Student Health Service (SHS). Last Trimester I wrote about sexual health – now I will look at contraception.
Archive for July, 2006
Now, I will have read about a thousand issues of Cosmopolitan in my short existence, and I’m still in debate with myself about whether or not they have done me a great deal of good, or nothing but a disservice.
Sometimes I feel sorry for the person on the other end of the line. So sorry to poor C—-, who had to deal with this. But nevertheless, Bran-Power will continue being a bastard.
I got the call at 3.25, which gave me approximately 15 minutes to run down to the Beehive. It wasn’t going to be easy. While people of normal leg-span can get from Kelburn to Parliament quite comfortably in 10 minutes, it takes me 15 given I recklessly run across roads and generally look like a […]
A little over a year ago, I found myself sitting among a stand of enthusiastic parents, friends and well-wishers at a high school baseball game in Kansas City. It was an experience unlike any I had enjoyed at a sporting venue before.
CATCHING ICARUS – Ellie Smith, GROUND WORK – Kathryn Ivory Photospace Gallery, 37 Courtenay Place, 14th July to 14th August
It’s unusual to feature a writer who is yet to finish his book as one of our favourites, but Samuel Tidey is an exciting exception. Having circulated the first chapter of his novel, A Countryside Rendezvous, throughout the writing community, Tidey has readers champing at the bit for more.
If you set aside the two-dimensional cartoon O.C. politics and the whole samesong bludgeoned into an entire career thing, Pennywise are kind of just like a punk-rock Rolling Stones. But instead of a mix of old-rockers and hipster youth, the crowd was an overwhelmingly masculine bunch conforming to a much more rigid set of guidelines […]