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UoE is watching you: how the University of Edinburgh will track students’ movements, behaviour and mental health

Imagine yourself crossing Edinburgh’s Meadows on a sunny day. You happen to meet a friend; the two of you sit chatting on a bench, maybe your friend tells you how…

A speech made by Taliah Horner at the trans solidarity rally on 5 June in Edinburgh

This was a speech made by Taliah Horner an activist who spoke at the trans solidarity rally on 5 June in Edinburgh. “Recently, there has been a gradual but unmistakable…

‘An artless modernisation’ ‒ The Duchess (of Malfi) review

The timeless power of John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi lies in its language. Poetic couplets bear poignant themes and soaring character arcs, soliloquies reveal rich and real characters who…

Centre for Research Collections series: Volunteering at the CRC

Have you been reading this series? Do you feel a rising urge to handle precious items guarded by the Centre for Research Collections (CRC)? Are you sad because you cannot…

There is no one way to be a woman: the future of our rights includes trans identities

Last Wednesday the University of Edinburgh platformed a panel discussion organised by the university’s Institute for Education, Teaching and Leadership. The speakers invited were women often referred to as “TERFs”…

Originality in film: a must or a risk?

With the tonnes of movies, songs and books it can sometimes feel like every story is simply a repeat of another story. This can make it hard to find an…

Centre for Research Collections series: a trip to the ground floor, and Chinese connections

If you read the past articles of this series, you will be aware that the university’s Centre for Research Collection (CRC) is located on the top floor of the main…

Festival Review: Terminal V offers something for everyone in a day full of great electronic

The latest rendition of Nightvision’s Terminal V festival should be remembered as one of the most enjoyable yet. An audience of 13,000 ravers came down upon the Royal Highland Centre…