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A taste of Thai at Soi 38

Nestled in Newington, Soi 38 may catch your eye from its brightly decorated exterior. Like the Thai food it serves, the outside is colourful, varied, and multilayered. Thai food, in…

The ramblings of a twenty-something university feminist

A man sits down across from you, you can tell he is looking for a plug. The research room never seems to have enough and it is a serious design…

Review: Lupe Pintos

I remember eyeing it the first couple times, but being on the way to something I did not step in. Though it advertises craft beers, Lupe Pintos has much more…

Edinburgh’s Fight for the Night Rally in photos

The rally took place on 2 April and culminated in Grassmarket for speeches and cheering. The marchers walked through a bit of rain with soon cleared when they arrived at…

Hozier – Wasteland, Baby! Album review

Hozier’s second album Wasteland, Baby! comes after a long hiatus from his self-titled first, Hozier. His fans have grown a lot since then, but this album almost feels as though…

America needs a radical political overhaul if gun laws are to change

Any progress on the issue of commonsense gun laws seems futile, especially after the lack of change in the aftermath of Sandy Hook, an incident in which primary school children…

Spiked’s free speech rankings are problematic, but reflect a real issue

The grand debate about freedom of speech on university campuses has started again, particularly here at the University of Edinburgh. Spiked gave the university a ‘red’ rating for freedom of…

Student Experience: navigating mental illness in relationships

Right after I decided to write this article about love and mental health, I decided to stop taking my birth control. For the last few weeks, and even the entire…