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The archives: 1920s letter scorns editor of The Student

This week we take a look at a particular piece from the archives, a “Letter to the Editor of The Student” from the 1920s, intended as a response to an…

Exploring the Archives: how much has changed in 100 years?

It goes without saying that the style of The Student newspaper has changed significantly over the years. But its aim as a publication, to provide a platform for the student…

A look at the archives: welfare begins at home

The title of this week’s archive is ‘Welfare Begins At Home.’ At first glance, this could suggest taking care of oneself at home or, more ominously, perhaps a stab at…

Exploring The Student’s Archives: population concern in 1973

The current world population is over seven and a half billion people. It is no secret that in a changing world of rising temperature, limited resources and species extinction, that…

Exploring the archives: World War One Memorial

Dulce et Decorum est Pro Patria Mori. Horace’s infamously haunting words hang looming over this list of honours once published in The Student, where hundreds of staff and students whose…

Exploring the archives: A letter home from an international student

When seeing the title of this archive, the initial expectation is a heart wrenching letter of yearning for a loved one, who is so out of reach that it’s almost…

Exploring the archives: To the Editors of “The Student” May 1924

As well as being highly entertaining, this week’s archive requires more thoughtful analysis. In the modern age, the idea of putting up flags to showcase how this university is the…

Exploring the archives: From “The Diary of a Lady Student”

In this week’s edition of The Student archives, we explore “The Diary of a Lady Student” from 1893. The title itself presents the abnormality of being a female student, let…