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Keeping our beloved houseplants alive

Whether you’re heading home for the Easter holidays or packing up in light of Covid-19, the welfare of your plant babies may be one of your top concerns. Carrying a Monstera plant onto a plane or train and having it sit beside you may not be possible, but have no fear; there are plenty of […]

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Building a brand: an interview with Jessica Anderton

Graduating from uni is a scary prospect, involving many of us in denial that our time will come. Deciding the ‘next step’ seems to suggest that we suddenly need to get realistic, whatever that means. Edinburgh Graduate Jessica Anderton however has managed to continue her love of fine art to start her own Scottish contemporary […]

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Creating your perfect home away from home

So you made it this far. The busy crowded open days, the Personal Statement, the exam period that passed by in a haze of stress, coffee and all-nighters, the holiday which you may or may not remember the events of depending on how much fun you had, and the nail biting horror of results day. […]

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Why plants are more than just an aesthetic millennial trend

The infiltration of flora into our homes is a millennial trend that I have wholeheartedly embraced, evidenced both by my botanical print bedspread, and the bubble-wrapped Syngonium that stood at my feet on the LNER back to Scotland. The Welcome Week Plant Fair at Teviot and the University’s Plant Society, (formed in March of this […]