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An insight with Mridul Wadhwa into working in a rape crisis centre

Content warning: mentions of sexual assault and rape.Sexual violence is a sensitive, yet current issue that affects thousands of women on a yearly basis. Whilst crime rates in Scotland are…

Incoming LGBT+ Liberation Officer: Rosie Taylor

Rosie Taylor is the new LGBT+ Liberation officer for Edinburgh University Students’ Association. Karolina Zieba, a writer and former Editor-in-Chief for The Student, sat down with Rosie for a chat…

Eat, F*ck, Love: An Interview with the Panel

Content warning: Discussion of eating disorders and strong language. For Friday, March 15, WellComm at King’s and Sexpression Edinburgh have teamed up to host a panel they called Eat, Fuck,…

Interview with the R Sustainable Fashion Show: Milda Matilda Lebedyte & Daniela Ioana Antonia Groza

On Sunday, 24 March, the R Sustainable Social Enterprise will host a fashion show and an exhibition focused on sustainability practices within the fashion industry. The Student got the opportunity…

In conversation with Sharon Cowan: the politics of queerness

Sharon Cowan (she/her) is a professor of feminist and queer legal studies at the Law School here at the University of Edinburgh. She treated me to a conversation surrounding the…

Taking a trip to planet brain: exploring consciousness with LSD

Astronauts go on trips to outer space in the name of scientific exploration. Regular people take trips into their consciousness with exactly the same intentions. Or at least, they’re starting…

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…

1895-1927 in New Orleans: The Red Hot Roots of Jazz

The line in front of the world-famous Jazz Bar began to form 45 minutes before the Tenement Jazz Band played the first tune of the evening. Nobody seemed bothered by…