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‘The Things We Do To Our Friends’ by Heather Darwent

I have been desperate to read Darwent’s debut novel since hearing about it on BookTok last summer. I believe my feelings were shared by many, given that Cosmopolitan magazine anticipated…

The free speech façade

As I returned home from work one night a couple of weeks ago, I turned the radio on to hear the news that the writer Salman Rushdie had been stabbed.…

Fringe 2022: Lost and Found Review

I was in George Square gardens the first Sunday of the Fringe when I received an airdrop request, which I of course accepted. The airdrop was a photo of the…

How to cope with failure: unpacking success at University

It seems sometimes that the fear of failure inflicts more distress than failure itself. Out of the many emotions students may feel on a daily or weekly basis, there seems…

Pandemic passions: making time out count

A brand new 2020 diary, scrumptiously leather-bound with gorgeous thick paper waiting for my scrawling hand. Fast forward to March 2021 and this diary is practically empty. My concept of…

ME Time: Lifestyle’s Maya Sargent and Emma Gill take on the world of podcasting

It’s hard to believe the origins of our podcast ME Time, because it genuinely began with a throw-away comment on FaceTime whilst baking brownies (that’s just what life has come…

Trials and Tribulations

Satire I firmly believe that very few experiences in life are more traumatising than when one’s private education is put in jeopardy – awaiting the commencement of my university classes…

Studio from home: how a remote university challenges creative minds

It is no breaking news that home is becoming our workplace, our new gym, our new restaurants, and now that autumn is here our new university. For art students, it…