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Do Audiobooks Count as Reading?

You are eight years old. Teeth have been brushed. Pyjamas are on. As you crawl into bed, someone you admire opens a colourful picture book. You hear about Alice’s experience…

Veganism, Vegetarianism: For or Against Climate Change?

With the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference coming up in Glasgow, now more than ever, planet Earth is on our minds. The damages done to our planet is very…

Students VS climate change: Should you go vegan?

It has been reported that there are currently between 750,000 and one million ‘dietary vegans’ in the UK. This is a rough estimate, but it gives us an idea of…

The United States 2020 elections and the future of presidential debates

“This is so unpresidential…” The former Vice-President Joe Biden lamented at the end of the first segment of Tuesday’s presidential debate between him and President Trump, neatly summing up the…

University encourages voter registration ahead of election

After months of Brexit negotiation, the UK is set to head to the ballot box again this December for a general election. The prime minister, Boris Johnson, finally succeeded in…

Debate: Is the ‘Voices’ section simply identity politics or an important platform?

Opinion: all voices are equal and we should not segregate them By Max Hunter There is a spectre haunting our universities. It has many forms, and its aims are too…

Edinburgh Wom*ns: an exciting new event on the debating circuit

Having fostered free social and political dialogue within the University of Edinburgh for nearly 130 years, Edinburgh University’s Debate Union continued their legacy on the 12-14 October, holding their prestigious…

Debate: Is single-sex education archaic or empowering?

For: Co-ed’s dead By Tom Jones The 20 years’ wealth of literature documenting the phenomenon that women at single-sex colleges outperform their co-educated sisters is exhaustive. The same conclusion cannot…