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Study reveals that cost-of-living crisis is taking toll on young people’s wellbeing

A recent study by the Prince’s Trust reveals that money is currently taking the biggest toll on young people’s wellbeing. The index, which is published annually suggests that, generally, young…

Is the National Museum decolonised?

The balcony café in the National Museum is a personal favourite study spot. Bright and airy with free WiFi, charger points and decently priced coffee. I always feel removed from…

A Literature Student on Maintaining Passion for the Subject

In my five years as a Literature Student, I have had the privilege of crossing paths with some incredible people, and watching their stories unfold has been nothing short of…

The Short Rant: The library is too hot

The winter is closing in upon us, yet it is not the dark nights or the abrasive weather that I fear. Over the years one builds up an arsenal to…

What’s on Your Study Playlist?

Research suggests that students who listen to music whilststudying report better concentration, mood and memory.However, some prefer the defining silence of the library and thescuffles of students doing the walk…

University closes 40 George Square study spaces

On February 4, The University of Edinburgh confirmed that the ‘noisy’ study spaces in 40 George Square have permanently closed. The quiet study space in 40 George Square, located within…

Study Spaces and How to Find Them: A Fresher Perspective

Freshers’ Week is often chaotic from the onset. From activity fairs to introductory talks and meeting new people to figuring out food costs. Even conquering the initial awkwardness of using…

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,…