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Tchaikovsky in Love: The Battle over the Composer’s Romantic Life

Originally submitted 8th February 2022 “I should like by my marriage to shut the mouths of various contemptible creatures whose opinion I do not value in the least but who can cause pain to people close to me”. Tchaikovsky With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it seems apposite to talk about one of the most famous […]

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News

Scotland introduces LGBTQ+ education

Scotland has become the first country in the world to incorporate LGBTQ+ education into the school curriculum. The campaign to introduce LGBTQ+ education into the Scottish school curriculum was launched by Time For Inclusive Education several years ago and the LGBTQ+ education has been in place in Scottish schools since September 2021.  The Scottish government […]

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TV

WandaVision finale review

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Your power exceeds that of the sorcerer supreme” was an epic revelation for WandaVision fans in the series finale earlier this month. The slow-burning and compelling Disney+ series has kicked off Marvel’s “phase 4,” and therefore, viewer expectations were at an all-time high in its last few episodes.  If you’ve watched the series, […]

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TV

Fate: The Winx Saga

Rating: ⭐⭐ Winx Club first aired in Italy in 2004, and since then, we have seen eight seasons, a number of specials and movies, and a spin-off series. However, on the 22nd of January, Fate: The Winx Saga was released, a reimagining of the original series for more mature audiences. Those of us who grew […]

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Features LGBT+ Liberation Officers Trans and Non-binary

Who are your LGBT and Trans/Nonbinary Students’ Officers candidates?

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; however, equally important are the Liberation Officers who will be in charge of looking after the wellbeing of our more vulnerable student populations. In this […]

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Features

“We will not look down”: what is happening with Turkey’s student protests

As 2020 crawled its way to a merciful end, the hope for a better year ahead for students around the world seemed increasingly bleak. But for students at Istanbuls’s Boğaziçi University – one of Turkey’s top educational institutions – the prospect of another arduous term of online classes and social isolation quickly became overshadowed by […]

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Culture Theatre

“Fun, mayhem and excitement” Three Pound Coin Theatre’s So… What Happened Last Night? review

From the 24 hour radio collaboration between Mojo Edinburgh and Three Pound Coin Theatre comes So… what happened last night?, an original piece written by artistic directors Ben Fleming and Emily Oulton, and produced by Alice Foley and Regan Sneddon. Introduced by the two writers themselves, the piece is described as a collection of “found […]

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LGBT+ Lifestyle

No place like home? The hidden LGBTQ+ housing struggle

Finding a place to live in Edinburgh is hard. Acquiring a safe and secure living space is akin to running a race in a housing market so competitive and brutal. The difficulty of this is, however, increased for those who are part of the LGBTQ+ community. This claim might raise an eyebrow or two: surely […]