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Review: Babylon

Say hello to one of 2022’s most polarising films – it’s not difficult to see why, with its lengthy runtime, belligerent vulgarity, and understandably divisive ending. It’s a big swing;…

Bright Shadows: Scottish Art in the 1920s

Coming back with their first exhibition after lockdown, the City Art Centre offers a retrospective on the Scottish art scene in the 1920s. The exhibition mostly includes artworks part of…

The strong independent woman I ultimately design for: Nadia Pinkney on her ECFS collection

Leading the way for International Women’s Day, Nadia Pinkney’s upcoming collection for the Edinburgh Charity Fashion Show is set to express the liberation, underlying narratives and resplendent glory of all…

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…