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Poem of the week: ‘The Shout’ by Simon Armitage

We went outinto the school yard together, me and the boywhose name and face I don’t remember. We were testing the rangeof the human voice:he had to shout for all…

To Be a Woman: A Review and Interview

CW: Sexual assault 99.7 per cent of women in the UK have faced violence, whether it’s in the form of assault, harassment or rape. This is a statistic used in…

Review: House of The Dragon

House of the Dragon, the latest adaptation from fantasy writer George R.R Martin, has hit our screens. Following the footsteps of the giant that was Game of Thrones, I think…

A Crash Course in Decorating Your Uni Room

Freshers is the time to embrace your creative side and individuality in your bedroom. Whether you are looking for cozy Danish “hygge” or are wanting something more luxurious, there is…

The Ultimate Edinburgh Student Café Guide

Are you really an Edinburgh student if you don’t sit about in cafés leeching off their WiFi with one oat latte between four for hours on end? Now with rising…

Tenants in all Scottish uni-owned halls granted rent freeze, but no guarantee for private halls

Tenants’ rights minister Patrick Harvie has said in parliament that tenants in purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) will receive the “same level of protection” from the recently announced rent freeze and…

Toronto Film Festival Roundup

Every year in September, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) returns, hoping to present the best Canadian and International cinema. This year it ran from September 8 to 18 and…

Review: Crimes of the Future

One of the first images we see in David Cronenberg’s new film Crimes of the Future is a small boy eating a plastic bin, foaming at the mouth. He does…