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Connecting students & softening the impact of grief in universities

We’re led by students and grads who have been through loss

We aim to soften the impact of bereavement in universities by raising awareness and creating a range of avenues for support – from online resources and staff training to creative projects and events.

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Coping with Suicide Loss as a Student

Losing someone to suicide can bring up a whole array of difficult feelings that can be overwhelming to deal with all at once, especially on your own, and while you’re also balancing the pressure of university life.

14th December, 2023 · 3 minutes read

Grief and activism in an unjust world

I want to send my love to all those mourning around the world; I want to show my solidarity with all the people caught in oppressive and violent systems; and I want to share a couple of thoughts in relation to grief.

14th November, 2023 · 2 minutes read

Losing Young, quarter-life grief and why community matters

To commemorate her new book, Rachel Wilson shares some thoughts on grieving as a young adult. It’s a period in our lives that is ‘meant’ to be full of opportunity and exploration, but can be incredibly isolating and overwhelming when you’re facing loss.

24th August, 2023 · 5 minutes read

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