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Curbing Coronavirus Spending

It is no surprise that with increased time at home and little to no activities to fill that time with, I find myself scrolling through a seemingly endless array of…

Digital Fashion Week: catwalk-ing during covid

Fashion week has long been a staple event in the fashion industry’s calendar. However, Covid makes exceptions for no-one and, just like in all other areas of life, things have…

Non-essential items? Sorry, we’re just not buying it

When news hit that supermarkets in Wales were instructed to corner off areas selling ‘non-essential items’, such as homeware or clothing, the internet was…confused. What are these mythical ‘non-essential’ items’…

The symbiotic cycle of stress and skin, and what to do about it

If you’ve suddenly started to experience acne breakouts after an anxiety-filled period (hi there, 2020) or your eczema flares up every time a deadline looms, your body’s stress response is…

The art of decluttering: mentally, physically and digitally

It doesn’t really need to be stated that the world is getting pretty hectic and crazy just now. With all the uncertainty and chaos going on, it’s more important than…

Gloucestershire university replaces its prospectus with QR code wristbands

Universities have long been centres for change. They have the power to both educate and inspire, therefore they should be attempting to do their part in helping to fight the…

Celebrating Edinburgh’s alumni on International Women’s Day

Since being allowed to enrol in 1892, remarkable women at the University of Edinburgh have overcome considerable adversity to become drivers of equality and excellence in their fields. Flora Philip…

Victoria’s Secret re-brand isn’t all that revolutionary

Victoria’s Secret, a brand synonymous with tall (mostly white) size 4 models, recently posted pictures of a racially diverse group of women smiling away in underwear that matched their respective…