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Union obliterates the debate – unwritten requirement used to shut down free speech debate

Jordan Wright - April 27, 2018

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Rosa Lichtenstein - March 19, 2019

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beckitceditor - March 18, 2019

March 2019: International Women’s Month the celebration of women’s contributions both throughout history, and now. March 17th: St Patrick’s Day A celebration on the traditional death date…

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beckitceditor - March 18, 2019

This edition, we follow-up with the ‘Late Again’ Campaign to see what they have achieved since last time we spoke... This edition I have followed-up with the…

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Rachael Naylor - March 18, 2019

The rise of female independence can be experienced in many ways, one of which being able to travel solo. With travel being more accessible and affordable there…

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klaratgbengtsson - March 18, 2019

Following the recent Youth Strikes that have taken place world-wide, we look at the issues of Growth on our environment. You may not be aware that there…

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alainareschka - March 18, 2019

St. Patrick’s Day is coming soon, so that means you better be wearing your green. This dish may not be green, but it’s from the land of…

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Know where your Eat Central’s are?

rosiejoyce98 - March 18, 2019

Dinner Digs takes on University as it scours the best, cheapest foods on-campus that will see you through the 9am starts. If you’re like me and can…

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Alice Gledhill - March 18, 2019

Fast-fashion is slowing down as consumers realise the growing trend of repairing their clothes and buying from charity shops. Charity shops have seen an increase in sales…

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Chris Ahjem - March 18, 2019

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Rachael Naylor - March 18, 2019

The bottom floor of a vaporizer shop on Duke Street has turned into the UK’s first restaurant serving food infused with cannabidiol (CBD), a compound present in…

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