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‘Art has No Country’ British Museum events

Is a flower political because you drew it? How can an object as simple as a flower become political? That’s the question posed to Iranian artist Adsoon and Iraqi artist…

An interview with the creators of edventure

The Student speaks to Zara Zarman, Director and Co-founder of edventure, and Rainy Rosch, Head of Marketing. Last year, edventure launched at the University of Edinburgh. Zara Zarman said that…

Rediscovering gems: the timeless charm of Sade

During the past few months, I, like many, have been in search of musical solace: enter Sade. The captivating Nigerian-born British singer and her eponymous band have provided many moments…

“What’s next, mate?” Though watchable, Line of Duty misses the mark

Rating – ⭐⭐⭐ Attempting to appease millions of passionate viewers, as well as wrapping up an enthralling yet exceedingly complex story that has been almost a decade in the making,…

In conversation with the Three Pound Theatre Company

Queer as a three-dollar bill – we don’t think so. This phrase has been used throughout the twentieth century as an insult against the Queer community. The Three Pound Coin…

Exhibition Review: ‘Another Place, Another Time’ by Victoria Crowe and Christine de Luca

Stepping into The Scottish Gallery last week was my first physical interaction with art in over a year and it is safe to say that Victoria Crowe’s exhibition did not…

Hybrid learning set to continue

On Monday, students at the University of Edinburgh received an email from Vice-Principal Colm Harmon outlining the university’s plans for the next academic year commencing in September 2021, in which…

Them- Review

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The new horror anthology reminiscent of Hereditary, Get Out and His House Them is understandably a controversial series. It is the first instalment of (hopefully many) a horror…