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The Confession Tapes: The Ted Bundy Tapes Review

Be it a podcast, book, television series or film, it seems almost impossible at the moment to consume any form of media that is not obsessed with the true-crime genre,…

Is the Pulitzer Prize guilty of claims of a “Liberal Legacy”?

On Tuesday, Andrew Sean Greer’s Less: A Novel was announced as the 2018 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Fiction, causing some surprise in literary circles. Less: A Novel is a humorous…

Introducing: Haruki Murakami

In 1978, Murakami was watching a baseball game when American player Dave Hilton came to bat. At the exact moment that Hilton hit a double, Murakami realised that he could…

Exploring Non-Romantic Love in Literature

What makes love in literature compelling? Too often, fiction focuses on romantic relationships that are difficult, tragic, unrequited or even obsessive. The types of relationships that fit these categories can…

Edinburgh Student Co-Operative wins Climate Challenge Fund Award

On Wednesday, November 1 the Edinburgh Creative Reuse Hub, a project run by the Shrub Swap and Reuse Hub Co-operative, won the Waste award at the first Climate Challenge Fund…

Call for all-male Holyrood management board to quit in wake of Holyrood sexual harassment allegations

A cross-party coalition has called for Holyrood’s all-male management group of MSPs to resign in the wake of accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct across British politics. Holyrood has…

Value of single malt Scottish Whisky rises due to ‘premiumisation’ and calls for tax cuts

Scottish single malt whisky exports have boosted following a rising demand for premium alcohol products. This trend known as “premiumisation” has been seen across the beverages industry, especially in the…

Tollcross students targeted in series of organised burglaries

Carefully planned burglaries in the Tollcross area have caused concern for residents after a number of crimes in the area. This September, flats in traditional tenement-style buildings and a university-run…