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Exploring Edinburgh’s Libraries: The Scottish Poetry Library

The Scottish Poetry Library (SPL) truly is one of Edinburgh’s hidden treasures. Even after a short visit to the SPL you will leave knowing that this is a place for…

Edinburgh Homelessness Conference 2019 held in Pleasance

On 28 March, Pleasance Upper Hall played host to the Edinburgh Homelessness Conference 2019, which aimed to to create a network for students and charities alike on the topic of…

The Lib Dems must step up and fill the centrist void

At a time when 41 per cent of the UK feel “politically homeless,” with 43 per cent of people saying that they would “definitely” or “potentially” vote for a centrist…

The poet’s humility has trumped the politician’s hubris

What has typically been a form of literature reserved for students and artsy types has recently seen a striking growth in popularity. People have spent £12 million on poetry in…

Seeking love and seeking truth in a politically divided world

Is it possible for two people with opposing views to have a meaningful relationship? A recent program shown by BBC Derbyshire featured a blind date between two people on opposite…

Organised religion versus secularism: a debate already won, or a dialogue to be continued?

Recently, the student debating society held a debate that discussed the motion, ‘This house opposes organised religion.’ In what seems to be an increasingly secular society, it’s to be expected…