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Giving attention to the problem of “iPad Kids”

Sticky screens, technology tantrums, and no attention span: all qualities associated with the “iPad kid”. For those not familiar with the phenomenon, “iPad Kid” is a label often pinned on…

As the Covid class of 2024 are nearing graduation, what does this mean for their futures?

My senior year of high school, in the states, was cut short when an announcement sounded overthe intercom, blaring that school would be cancelled for the next two weeks. This…

Covid: What to Expect this Winter ?

Just in time for the colder months, the number of COVID-19 cases seem to be rising again and a new variant called Ba.2.86 or Pirola has reached Scotland. In preparation…

Will we be seeing a return of Donald Trump?

Following the 2022 U.S. Midterm elections, I was ready to write Donald Trump off from making a political comeback. Trump’s handpicked candidates lost Senate and Governor races that should have…

Inheriting a dying independence movement

Nicola Sturgeon is one of the most effective communicators of modern political discourse. Seen ever so clearly during the pandemic when her clear and concise Covid briefings contrasted markedly from…

Have we forgotten Johnsons exit?

It seems Boris Johnson still clings to media attention, as he discusses his plans to release a memoir divulging into his time as Prime Minister. Personally, I find this completely…

Music and the Cost of Living

Still recovering from the last two years of COVID, the live music industry is now facing another threat to its way of life—the cost of living crisis. Even though the…

What do the latest coronavirus restrictions mean for students?

Coronavirus restrictions in Scotland began to ease on 17 January, as large outdoor events were permitted to resume. Mandatory face coverings remain in place on public transport and in public…