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Tasha Kleeman

Tasha Kleeman is a second-year English Literature student at the University of Edinburgh. She is co-Features Editor for The Student, and blogs for The Huffington Post.
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Breaking the Silence: Giving Voice to Mental Health at the Fringe

Mental illness is often stigmatised and despite great progress in recent years this remains a largely unaddressed issue within our society. One in four of us will suffer from a…

A Midsummer Night’s Dream – GTProductions

Theatre/Comedy, TheSpace on Niddry St, Venue 9, 22:00 until 29th August. Having tackled Shakespeare’s most renowned tragedy, Gin and Tonic productions returns for its second Fringe show to confront the…

All the King’s Men

Vocal/A Cappella, C Venues – C, Venue 34, 15:20 until 22nd August. “Let me entertain you”, sing the 11 blue chino-clad performers that make up All the King’s Men, mid-way…

Five Minutes with Lily Asch

Lily is a second year undergraduate student and the General Manager of FreshSight, a student-led consultancy service. She is giving a talk at the upcoming University of Edinburgh TEDx event…

Anti-Semitism in Today’s Europe: Do We Risk Repeating History?

In response to the recent attacks in Paris, Home Secretary Theresa May spoke out in a memorial service last week, urging that “we must all redouble our efforts to wipe…

5 Minutes with… Tom Macmichael

A second year computer science student at the University of Edinburgh, Tom set up the taxi booking app YourTaximeter when he was just 16, and continues to run it with…

Sick plastic surgery game

New app reflects shallow society

Tissue

Cancer. A word that frighten us to the core. A word that we try our best not to use, despite its unstinting pervasiveness in our lives. When we do use…