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Growing calls for the university to make in-person teaching more accessible

Whilst the long-awaited rise in delivery of in-person teaching this semester has been met with great relief and satisfaction by many, its tangible impacts in the wake of rising Omicron…

Who’s who in the Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer campaign

This year’s student elections have kicked off and many have been wondering who to vote for. Often, most of the attention is given to the EUSA President and VP races;…

In Conversation with the Disabled Students Liberation Officer

Katya Macmillen, this year’s Disabled Student’s Officer, interviewed with The Student as Disability History Month draws to a close. 1) What are some of the events that you held for…

In Conversation with Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer: Ellen Blunsdon

How are you feeling this morning? Really good. I had a rough start to the week, but I am feeling rested. I have exciting things going on for today. I…

Interview: Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer, Eileen Xu

The Student interviewed Eileen Xu on how her time as the 2018/19 Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer has been so far. According to statistics from the University of Edinburgh, the number…