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Ilinca Barsan

Ilinca Barsan is a 4th year Sociology and Politics student. Formerly News Editor for The Student, she is now Editor-in-Chief. Ilinca also has a passion for smoked salmon, vintage shopping, all things digital, and puns beyond good and evil.
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One in five UK undergraduates awarded first class degree

One in five undergraduate students has been awarded a first class degree in 2014. Figures released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency on the academic year 2013/2014 showed that the…

FemSoc EGM results in President’s resignation

Vote on Kirsty Haigh’s removal to be delayed Edinburgh University Feminist Society’s (FemSoc) Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM), at which the society was to vote on whether to remove committee member…

EUSA Statement on Palestine to remain

‘EUSA For Peace’ motion falls at Student Council A motion entitled ‘EUSA for Peace’, asking the sabbatical officers to retract their statements on Palestine, fell at the Edinburgh University Students’…

FemSoc EGM to vote on removal of Kirsty Haigh

The University of Edinburgh’s Feminist Society (FemSoc) will hold an Emergency General Meeting (EGM) on October 26 to discuss the future of Kirsty Haigh, FemSoc committee member and former Edinburgh…

UCL launches investigation into ‘bellogate’ email hack attack

University College London (UCL) has launched a cyber security investigation into an email sent from Provost Michael Arthur’s account.The one-word email sent from provost@ucl.ac.uk, simply saying ‘bello’, was addressed to…

Controversy over EUSA update on release of exam dates

Last week, Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) published an update on the prospect of releasing exam dates earlier, stating there was no way to release the exam timetable earlier than…

FemSoc to vote on removal of Kirsty Haigh

The University of Edinburgh Feminist Society (FemSoc) will hold an Emergency General Meeting (EGM) on October 26 to discuss the future of Kirsty Haigh, committee member of FemSoc and former…

Edinburgh University Honorary Professor awarded Nobel Prize

Professor Edvard Moser, an Honorary Professor at The University of Edinburgh’s College of Medicine and Veterinary Science, and his wife May-Britt Moser, also an affiliate in the Centre for Cognitive…