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Down, but certainly not out

As the vast majority of readers will know, a week ago, The Student chose not to distribute full copies of the paper it had printed because of a threat of…

A sudden, deafening silence

The University of Edinburgh is currently reviewing its “historic relationship” with the Speculative Society, and has been doing so since March. In March, The Student revealed that: the Society paid…

“The more things change, the more they stay the same”

Earlier this month, The University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Research Collections began publishing archived digitised editions of The Student in real-time, 30 years after they were originally published. This will…

Student protests: it’s not just about us

As is now common knowledge in the UK, since September 22, students from over 20 universities and colleges in Hong Kong have been leading protests against the Chinese government’s decision…

No alarms and no surprises

Earlier this month, the media trade magazine Press Gazette launched the ‘Save Our Sources’ campaign to prevent public authorities spying on journalists’ phone records. The campaign followed revelations that the…

IndyRef Special: A plea to the student body

Firstly, we’d like to welcome readers to our IndyRef Special Edition of The Student. With the biggest decision that Scotland has made for centuries coming up on Thursday, we believed…

US fraternity falsely claims links to Ed Uni

Illustration: Patrick Arbuthnott for The Student A controversial American fraternity has been criticised over misleading claims that it is linked to several UK universities. Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) – founded…

Edinburgh business advertises 5,460 hours of unpaid work

Photo – Calum Murray (CP Collective Photography) Casa Morada seeks six unpaid, full-time, six-month interns; insults applicant and university graduates in provocative emails An Edinburgh-based interior design business has been…