The Student
Voices
“Despite the effect it has on my life, I am not defined by my illness”
Coronavirus: Edinburgh must say NO to anti-Asian racism
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The history of the British Empire is missing from our education system
Three years and still no diagnosis: my experience with the NHS
New Year, same crippling anxiety about the world
Finding my sexuality in the face of the male gaze
It’s time to put the Black back into Black History Month
Why Disability History Month Matters
The struggles of being non-binary at university
Scottish heritage is my heritage: what the history of people of colour in Scotland means to me
In Conversation with Autistic Mutual Aids Society Edinburgh
How Edinburgh’s LGBT+ campaign can lead to personal liberation
Decolonisation and Disappointments with UncoverED
Interview: The Student talks to Manal Rostom about sport and liberation
Imposter Syndrome: you’re not a fraud and you deserve to be here
‘The Fruit Family’: a series on wealth and power in a modern context
Clitbait: takes on intersectionality, vaginas, and getting hacked
Tackling elitism and social stratification: The Edinburgh Fund
Liberation VS Limitation: Gay Pride VS Identity Sectionalism
The problem of misconceptions about the Middle East
Angmoh is not like Ch*nk: on being East Asian Transmasc
From small town to big city, a journey of identity
Finding acceptance in the Highlands from Scottish Grandmothers
Analysing transmisogyny and how it harms trans women
Cross cultural communication through the English language
Let me decide my own identity: the complexity of culture
Incoming Womens’ Liberation Officer: Martha Reilly
Incoming Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer: Ellen Blunsdon
Incoming LGBT+ Liberation Officer: Rosie Taylor