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History of Art A Level Axed to Much Disappointment

History of Art: a posh girl’s soft subject or invaluable cultural education? This question seems to be on the mind of many in the art world this week after the news that the A Level in the subject is to be axed. This troubling decision has been made by AQA, the last exam board in […]

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National Union of Students joins pro-EU campaign

The National Union for Students (NUS) has joined the board of ‘Britain Stronger in Europe’, which will campaign for continued membership of the European Union in the lead-up to the upcoming referendum. Megan Dunn, chairman of NUS, wrote on Sunday in The Independent that: “Current and future generations have greater opportunities when we are connected […]

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Political parties clash in Teviot debate

SNP, Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and Greens clashed in Teviot Debating Hall last night (30 March) during the Politics and International Relations (PIR) Society’s General Election Debate. The event, which was jointly hosted by outgoing PIR Society president Maxwell Greenberg and outgoing EUSA president Briana Pegado, saw ten speakers answer questions from the hosts and the […]