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India under the Sari

I was in India for around four months before I was offered to keep my first child. It was in the city of Pushkar, on the banks of a lake…

As EUSA nominations open, negative campaigning a concern

Nominations for the 2015 EUSA elections opened on Monday, marking the beginning of the student association’s election season. Nominations will remain open until midday on 5 March. With over 19…

Stonewall apology for failing trans community insufficient

Nate, a trans student, writes about Stonewall’s new trans equality campaign. Since its inception, Stonewall – ­the largest lesbian, gay and bisexual equality organization in Europe – has effectively ‘stonewalled’…

The Christian Party’s deeply unsettling agenda of discrimination

When it comes to political villains, UKIP has been given the lion’s share of the focus in the media recently. With their highly controversial stances on issues such as immigration,…

HSBC scandal highlights media’s corporate flaws

Recently, HSBC hit the headlines after it was claimed it had helped organisations and individuals avoid tax. Yet the scandal, for all its dramatic accusations and speculation, has failed to…

Sister Act

A night filled with singing nuns, sleazy stooges and so many sequins Now into their 106th year of putting on productions in Edinburgh, the Bohemian Lyric Opera Company came together…

One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors is an explosion of farce that leaves you in stitches. Set in the sixties, with a complex but simple plot, it tells the story of Rachel…

Spartans embody everything that is good about Football

Spartans nearly achieved the improbable. Standing on the brink of becoming the first non-league side to progress to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup in nearly fifty years, it was…