By Nabil Ahmed
I was fortunate enough not long ago to be invited to join a bunch of cool Muslim students out on camp who were socially and spiritually nourishing themselves off Snowdonia’s peaks and crisp air. The pleasant young gentlemen (I consider myself a ripe student-elder) could cook well, hike and even (when asked) give an excellent rendition of the Maori Haka. But take a look at the bigger picture and they represent an exciting future for Britain, presenting a trailer for the decade...
By Sarah Jawad
How student participation has affected the way we engage with medical issues in developing countries
The developing world is as fascinating as it is horrifying in the context of its medical issues. Prior to the past decade, individual elective terms, and the occasional voluntary placements abroad more or less made up the contact medical students, and indeed other students in Britain, would have with the developing world. However, there has recently been a shift in student attitudes....
By Hilary Aked
In the run up to 2010, what direction was Britain moving in and how can we progress in the next decade...
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