As the term draws to an end and summer approaches, the feelings of excitement and anticipation can quickly be superseded by those of dread and emptiness. In this article, we explore how to combat the post-university blues and make the most of the summer.
As the Euros heat up, I explore why football means so much to so many.
Whilst the summer break has begun, many first-years are anxious. As the last academic year has been conducted online, many will have their first in-person lectures as second years.
Sunday 20th June marks the 20th World Refugee Day. A day to stand in solidarity with the millions that have been displaced from their homes, facing conflict and a constant threat of persecution, we explore contributions made by those who know life as a refugee.
After our second semester was cut short back in 2020, we reflect on how it feels to return back on campus after finishing a whole academic year online.
City University explores what campus life will be like post-COVID for new and returning students - including tips on wellbeing for students.
Following the success of his viral TikTok becoming a number one hit in the UK, Carrot Magazine were lucky enough to sit down virtually with Nathan Evans.
I used to be a young carer, but since I turned 18, I don’t exactly know what I am now.
From music to social media, to binge-watching tv shows. What are the consequences of the 21st century's digital revolutionisation? Carrot puts a spotlight on social media activism and its place in digital humanitarianism.
COVID-19 created a whole new freshers experience, the norm was to see other students wrapped in blankets during morning Zoom calls.
World number two tennis player, Naomi Osaka, has prompted criticism and support after withdrawing from the French Open for her mental health.
The number of people in America getting vaccinated has stagnated in recent weeks. Queue America's vaccination incentive programme.