Categories
News

Row over EUSA stance on Israel-Palestine

A bitter dispute over the Edinburgh University Students’ Association’s (EUSA) decision to condemn Israeli military action in the Gaza strip came to a head Saturday as both sides doubled down on their arguments. Dan Scott Lintott, Editor-in-Chief of The Journal and a previous Editor-in-Chief of The Student, had written a series of scathing articles calling […]

Categories
News

Latest Edinburgh tram report receives criticism

The Edinburgh City Council has released a new report highlighting progress made on the construction of the city tram system. But some in the Council remain pessimistic about the project’s financial viability, in light of budgetary discrepancies they have seen in the report, The Student has learned. The report, released late October, showcases positive indicators of the project’s development and […]

Categories
News

Edinburgh advertising campaign suffers political backlash

An Edinburgh marketing company tasked with improving the brand image of the capital has drawn the ire of local politicians, after deciding to proceed with a controversial advertising campaign theme. Entitled ‘Winter in Edinburgh’, the campaign was aimed at improving the city’s image as a destination for visitors and tourists during the holiday season. It was […]