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(How) are we engaging with climate change?

A 2021 survey across ten countries (involving 10 000 participants aged 16-25) led by Bath University revealed that 60 per cent of the young people approached felt worried/extremely worried about…

What are we facing in 2023?

This week’s publication is undoubtedly a celebration of women’s contribution to society, both throughout history and today. However, the edition should also remind us of the continued emphasis we must…

The Vigil for Ukraine

It has been 365 days since war broke out in Ukraine. In other words, this marks a year of Russia’s brutal, full-scale invasion of the country. In the last year,…

Review: Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

It’s the end of February, so for a fourth-year student like myself, it’s also, unfortunately, officially crunch time. Even so, everyone needs a break once in a while, little social…

The Pursuit Exhibition

Why do artists choose to make the art that they do? What fascination, context, curiosity, and desire to express and communicate propels their artistic pursuit? These are the fundamental questions…

Edinburgh Alum Film Premiere: Santi

Two years ago, former student Harry Richards left the University of Edinburgh with a Languages degree, a passion for directing and a vision for a film. In the Autumn of…

EIBF 2022: Abdulrazak Gurnah, ‘Migration, The Story of Our Times’

Though initially intrigued but nonetheless unfamiliar with Abdulrazak Gurnah and his work, I sat mesmerised by the Nobel Prize winner for the hour he had been allotted at the Edinburgh…

EIBF 2022: Nadifa Mohamed, For Whom is Justice Served?

For whom was justice served on the 3rd of September, 1952? Not for a soul, Nadifa Mohamed declares in her novel The Fortune Men. Released in 2021, the book focuses…