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The negative repercussions of ‘The Rest is Politics’ on political discourse

“The Rest is Politics” is a podcast that perfectly personifies the shift in consumption of news and media that has occurred over the last couple decades. At least twice a…

The Short Rant: The Podcast Problem

I am the first person to admit that I don’t like podcasts. Allow me to explain myself. For some reason, we live in a world where podcasts have become a…

Substack: Who is she, and why do you need her 

Substack has been circling around the new media-sphere for a few years now, but I only really started becoming an avid subscriber around this time last year. And now I…

Incorporating Art into Everyday Life

A student’s schedule is consistently brimming with academic work, sports fixtures, and social events. Making time to appreciate art can therefore seem insurmountable; an endeavour which requires unnecessary effort. However,…

Lifestyle in Lockdown

A collaborative piece from Lifestyle’s editors and writers about what motivates us to get up in the morning, what keeps us sane throughout multiple lockdowns and what we’re looking forward…

Glasgow who? Our guide to Scottish football media

When most people think of Scottish Football, they think of two Glaswegian teams in particular. Unfortunately for Partick Thistle fans, that means Celtic and Rangers. The Old Firm dominate the…

The Isolation Series: confessions of a reluctant runner

I want to begin with the disclaimer that for many, coping with mental health is not as easy as stepping out the door. Moreover, exercise is not easily accessible to…

The Student’s top podcasts picks for mental health awareness week

It is 2018 and if you don’t have a NYT best-selling book or a Youtube channel, you’re hosting a podcast. Without the production costs, network dependency, and scripted nature of…