Live Music

Taking ‘Flyte’: A Review of Flyte’s Gig at The Caves

The resurrection of the music industry following Scotland’s decision to lift major COVID restrictions on the 3rd of August has been a huge relief to the struggling UK Arts industry and live music lovers alike, who for the first time in over two years, were able to reconnect through music. This palpable excitement added a […]

Culture Literature

Authors uncovered: Charlotte Dacre

Women are heinous, devilish creatures who possess “an unshrinking relentless soul” – or at least that is what is dictated by Charlotte Dacre in her famed novel of 1806, Zofloya; or, the Moor.  Set in late fifteenth century Venice, Zofloya; or, the Moor tells the tale of Victoria Loredani, villainess and entitled daughter of the Duke and Duchess […]


Reflection of a year online

The University of Edinburgh is one of many universities that took to online learning amidst the coronavirus pandemic, with students for the first time juggling their university experience with limited in-person contact. The pandemic forced the world into trying new and untrodden systems and Edinburgh was no different, attempting to manage this online learning model […]


University records most sexual assault reports in Scotland

Content warning: Sexual assault, rape The University of Edinburgh has recorded the highest number of cases of sexual misconduct against students out of all Scottish Universities. According to a freedom of information request, as of 10 August 2021, 52 cases of sexual assault have been reported within the last five years.   However, only half of […]