Categories
Comment

The student Left are prone to ignoring Jewish students’ fears of antisemitism

Let me say it bluntly. Leftwing students and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign have a huge problem with antisemitism. On Thursday 2 April, the night before Passover and at the last student council of the year, a motion was tabled asking Edinburgh University’s Student Association (EUSA) to affiliate with the BDS movement against Israel. […]

Categories
Features Lifestyle

Webber’s World: In Praise of Love and Mediocrity

This week, Jacob Webber talks Birdman, life, society, success and failure, amongst an endless amount of other stuff

Categories
Features Lifestyle

Webber’s World

My flatmate Gemmagen doesn’t have the greatest dining etiquette. I say that not to be unduly insulting, merely to prepare you for the next sentence I will write, one that might, without this warning, cause shock and revulsion from the more sophisticated readers of this column.

Categories
Lifestyle Reviews

Webber’s World: Dinner at KFC Edinburgh Southside

Supper with my dear friend Jamie Scott can often be a bit of a chore. Although his company is a delight, sharing food with him is a challenge because he is a selfish and greedy little p****. This was not a concern when between us was KFC’s masterful Deluxe Boneless Feast. I knew that however […]

Categories
Features Lifestyle

Webber’s World

Webber’s World is a weekly column documenting the life of 2014 EUSA Presidential Candidate

Categories
Features Lifestyle

Webber’s World

Webber’s World is a weekly column documenting the life of 2014 EUSA Presidential Candidate Jacob J. Webber When mid-September arrives the pleasure of this beautiful city is once again mine. Of course, moving back to Edinburgh is not without stresses and strains. I have an embarrassing quantity of material possessions that has to be boxed, […]