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All The Bright Places

Content warning: this article mentions suicide, bipolar disorder and death  All the Bright Places joins the growing sub-genre of YA movies concerned with the difficult topics of mental illness, death, and mourning.  The story revolves around Violet (Elle Fanning) and Finch (Justice Smith), two American teenagers, and their relationship as they go from strangers to […]

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Film Reviews

Anne With an E

Anne with an E might not be an obvious choice for a Netflix night in. You may expect a period drama, based on a classic children’s book Anne of Green Gables, to be predictable and preachy. But the show proves to be the opposite. An unorthodox reimagining of the literary canon begins slowly and faithfully […]

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Sustainable living for dummies

We may still be waiting to see some colour back in George Square gardens, the world around us is becoming greener. Given that the University of Edinburgh has committed to become zero carbon by 2040, maybe we too should ask ourselves: how can we be more green? Here you will find a short introduction to […]

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Lifestyle Recipes

Winter Warmer Recipes: Hungarian Lecsó – a healthy vegetable stew

The final days of September are for making the most of the last days of sunshine and for welcoming the fresh vegetable season. In the UK we are lucky enough to have a wide range of vegetables in shops all year round, and now is the perfect time to learn how to utilize them to […]