Category: Medical Humanities

When an A level course ignites a university hobby

As a school leaver, I failed to realise when revising for my A levels that some things would stay with me: my passion for the German language being one of them. If you have chosen […]

First Medfest held at HYMS

This year is the first time that Medfest has ever been hosted by Hull York Medical School. On 21st March, medical students from across all year groups came to the University of Hull to take […]

Procrastination

Original poetry by Etomby Namme Sometimes it seems the more work you have to do… the less you do. DEVIL Thy name is PROCRASTINATION. E.ve.ry time, you snare me. Constantly, I’m falling, for your foolish […]

“Walk to Durmton”: my brother’s drawing

This fusion of illustration and the written word was my autistic younger brother’s first complete work of literary fiction. He always found solace with a pencil in his hand, yet this picture was different. It […]