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Heartburn, and the role of food in literature

“When I’m reading,” a friend admitted to me once, “I just always wonder what the characters are eating”. It makes sense: in so much of the literature we read, what…

A Day in my Life: Autumn Eats Edition

As students in Edinburgh universally mourn the summer – and that familiar autumn chill starts to creep in- what better way to get back into the swing of the semester…

A rosquilla love affair

When it comes to food, I identify with optimism. In the pickle, for instance, I see a cool, electrolyte-charged customer and not an out-of-date cucumber masquerading as Frankenstein’s big toe.…

The Art of Dinner With Friends

If your schedule and poor planning are anything like mine, you’ve been holed up in your room or the library for the past three weeks. But finally, essays are in,…

Napier, Edinburgh College Students’ Association provide students free breakfasts amid cost-of-living crisis

Edinburgh Napier University and Edinburgh College Students’ Association (ECSA) have both launched free breakfast programmes for their students amid the cost-of-living crisis. Napier’s programme, which became effective from 17 October,…

How an Edi student saves money on her food shop

Cooking and eating healthy as a student is often challenging, but especially in today’s economic climate. With most supermarkets increasing their prices in the past month, staying financially afloat can…

My take on getting student discounts

Especially during a cost of living crisis, navigating uni life on top of managing jobs is getting increasingly difficult. However, as we all know, being a student entitles you to…

The Short Rant: Lunch Till I Die

Lunch is the best meal. You may ask why I chose lunch as the best meal, you may well counter that lunch consists of boring sandwiches or bland soups. But…