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Hate Thy Neighbour

While Viceland’s latest offering of Hate Thy Neighbour may leave you as dumbstruck as comedian-come-host Jamali Maddix, who described the show as “one of the dumbest things I’ve ever been involved in”, that should not deter you from giving it a chance. Thrust into the University of California Berkley campus “Free Speak Week” (an ironic […]

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Bear in the big white house: What might Fire and Fury look like on TV?

With a storyline more suited to that of television than reality, the Donald Trump saga looks set to find its true home, Michael Woolfe having sold the rights to his bestselling book Fire and Fury for a purported seven figure sum. For Trump it is an obvious progression from the Apprentice – ‘From boardroom to […]

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Improving exam feedback is crucial for students and universities

If The Guardian’s most recent University League tables are anything to go by, it is evident our student body is anything but “satisfied with feedback” from The University of Edinburgh, which has made its roots firmly in the bottom in this category. The most pressing reason for this has to be exam feedback, or rather, […]

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Improving exam feedback is crucial for students and the university alike

If the Guardian’s most recent University League tables are anything to go by, it is evident our student body is anything but “satisfied with feedback” from The University of Edinburgh, which has made its roots firmly in the bottom in this category. The most pressing reason for this has to be exam feedback, or rather, […]

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Che Guevara has reached the final stage of commercialisation: The Irish postage stamp

Type into your browser “Che Guevara merchandise” and a plethora of t-shirts, badges, posters and mugs will appear  fit to adorn any self-respecting Corbynista. It was the recent introduction of an Irish stamp bearing his familiar face that truly confirmed Che’s legacy as the ultimate commercial fad. The stamp was designed by Irishman Jim Fitzpatrick […]