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“Often a listening ear can be more powerful than any words that anyone can come up with.”

14 September 2020

Starting university can be a daunting prospect within itself, but beginning during a global pandemic adds another layer of difficulty for new and returning students. Luckily there are brilliant services such as Nightline to offer support. Nightline is a listening service open at night run by and for students. We caught up with Samuel Donnelly, Head of Communications at Nightline to discuss mental health as the new university year begins. 

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