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Review: RSC’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Freudian fever dream. Eleanor Rhode’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream pulses with an erotic charge only possiblewithin the unfettered insensibility of a dream. It is a feverish, fantastical imagining ofShakespeare’s…

The art of the solo date

When I moved to Edinburgh three years ago, I languished for a while in the loneliness that comes with living in a new city. Hopeful, wide-eyed, and freshly eighteen, I…

Nigel Farage is not a celebrity: get him out of here

So, you’re a disgraced British politician, looking for a way to reinsert yourself into public consciousness or hoping to line your pockets – to the tune of £1.5million – with…

Staying warm in your Edinburgh flat this winter

Edinburgh flats are a… unique part of the student experience in this city. We all dream of a classic Old Town apartment, with its high ceilings, huge windows and dreamy…

Rise and Shine! How to Fix Your Body Clock

I’m sure many students would relate to the fact that I have spent the last two years desperately wishing I was a natural early bird, that I could wake up…

What to read this autumn

As the leaves begin to change colour, and chill hangs in the air, autumn is well and truly here in Edinburgh. Here are some literary recommendations to get you in…

Paging Dr. Google: health anxiety and me

Being concerned about your physical health, to a certain degree, is normal, as is not wanting to fall ill. Spending hours every day consumed by sheer, immobilising terror about being…

Fringe 2023: In Conversation With… Jeremy Corbyn

It is as though a celebrity is in the room as Jeremy Corbyn walks onto the stage to a thunder of cheers and applause. There is a humility to him…