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Introducing: Sally Rooney

Earlier this year, when The Times review of Irish writer Sally Rooney’s second novel deemed her ‘the first great millennial author,’ the term ‘millennial’ wasn’t loaded with any of the…

Scrap the app: the government is failing working class students

It never comes as a great surprise when our current Conservative government releases an incentive that places the onus upon the citizen – always viewed through the lens of consumerism…

The Windrush Scandal has exposed the racism still prevalent in the UK

Sometimes, it would seem that the UK Houses of Parliament are literally sinking into the River Thames beside them. What with the ongoing antisemitism engulfing the Labour Party, and now…

The Advice Place’s support deserves better visibility

Candidates standing for the Edinburgh University Students’ Association elections, held at the start of this month, had more similarities than just their aggressive campaigning techniques (exemplified by the student spotted…

Children deserve more than Blyton’s racist tropes

With over 600 books to her name, children’s author Enid Blyton could bang out a classic quicker than her quintessential protagonists could down lashings of ginger beer at a dorm…

Schools should educate students about UCAS’ systems

Clearing and adjustment, the processes used by UCAS to enable unplaced students and those who exceed their expectations to apply for courses with vacancies directly to the university, were invented…