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Politics, poetry, “pot and pills”: 130 years of The Student

8 November 1887. “Students are awakening to a sense of power and responsibility for their share in wise management of…

Joking Aside: Memoirs by comedians that pack an emotional punch

Delicacy by Katy Wix Best known for her comic roles in Channel 4’s ‘Stath Lets Flats’ and BBC One’s ‘Ghosts’.…

EIBF 2023: Don Paterson

Don Paterson’s appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Wednesday 16th August was met with rapturous applause in the…

In conversation with Luke Wright: poet, theatremaker, performer

At the forefront of the spoken word scene stands Luke Wright. For nearly 25 years he has captivated audiences with…

Revisiting Basquiat in the 2020s

CW: police brutality Since his death in 1988 at the young age of 27, Haitian American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat has…

Remembrance Day: Edinburgh’s link to famous war poets

Remembrance Day is this Wednesday, marking the anniversary of the end of the First World War and remembering those who…

Disabled Students’ Liberation candidate: Ellen Blunsdon

The Student contacted Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer candidate Ellen regarding her campaign and manifesto. To read Ellen’s manifesto, click here.…

The Student interviews creators of Mouth to Mouth zine

Content warning: eating disorders Mouth to Mouth is a new student led zine about university and eating disorders. The Student…