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How hybrid is your hybrid learning?

With the new academic year beginning, many students waited to hear about how hybrid the hybrid learning at Edinburgh would be. Following an email at the end of last semester, the Vice Principle assured students they would have more in-person teaching next semester compared to the previous year, which for many of us was nothing.  […]

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A look back at the Festival of Creative Learning

The brief lull in a semester populated by early tutorials, lengthy assignments, and waning lecture attendance, has gained a plethora of new nicknames over the years and has now been christened ‘the Festival of Creative Learning’. From administrative appellations like ‘Consolidation Week’ to monikers like ‘Flexible Learning Week,’ this small hiatus is actually far more […]

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Witchcraft at the University of Edinburgh

Content warning: mentions acts of violence and sexual assault. Edinburgh is filled with witches. Some are fictional, brought to life by the city’s favourite author JK Rowling, while others lived long ago. But could it be possible that witches belong in our lecture halls now too? Popular Religion, Women and Witchcraft isn’t a module you’d […]