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Students should not feel guilty for crossing the picket line

First and foremost, let it be said that I fully support our striking staff members and stand in total consensus with their rights and reasons to withdraw their services to…

Clubbing students should be treated as more than ticket sales figures

Students and alcohol are a frequent combination, and this is something which nightclub owners should be anticipating on busy student nights. Yet, poorly managed crowds in small, confined spaces too…

Introducing Natural Cycles, the first contraceptive app

Would you trust your iPhone as a contraceptive tool? This is a question that has been attracting a lot of media attention as of late thanks to Natural Cycles, the…

Survival guide to the EUSSC ski trip

What better way to avoid the January blues than heading to the Alps with 1,000 Edinburgh students for a week of skiing, boarding, partying and world-class après? This year the…

Is Instagram bad for our mental health?

In a recent survey of around 1,500 young people, the Royal Society for Public Health found that amongst a range of social media apps, Instagram has the most negative impact…

Michael Jamieson and MercyCorps on mental health in sport

Monday evening’s talk by London 2012 Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson and global humanitarian aid agency, MercyCorps, provided a shrewd insight to the role of mental health in sport, at…

Interview: Lo Moon on oversharing, grand venues and giving music time to grow

Based in Los Angeles, Lo Moon are currently supporting London Grammar on their UK tour and are comprised of Matt Lowell, Crisanta Baker, and Sam Stewart. Seemingly appearing out of…

London Grammar brings their cinematic sound to Usher Hall

24th October As the queues sprawl out of Usher Hall onto the pavements of Lothian Road, not even the October drizzle can dampen the enthusiasm of this eager crowd. The…