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August with Mystic Queen Mags

Now that the height of the summer is over and we’re about to descend back into the gloom of the rest of the Scottish year with an unsatisfactory thud, it’s time for a more realistic, pragmatic approach to astrology. 701 more words

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Academic freedom of expression denied by corporate lobbying

Please support Professor David Smythe who had his access to academic journals revoked because his opposition to fracking is at odds with Glasgow University’s industry funding. 54 more words


Film Review: When Marnie Was There

In association with the Grosvenor

Ever since I saw first few minutes of Spirted Away back when I was eight, I have loved Studio Ghibli. The studio’s films have always been on my list of ultimate favourite films, and When Marnie Was There is no exception. 312 more words

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Taste The Rainbow? No Thanks

This may be an unpopular opinion, but the rainbow food trend we’re seeing all over Instagram, or the ‘Top 30 Rainbow Foods You Need To Try’ listicles that plague our Facebook feeds? 338 more words

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Disney sequels: bare necessities or cinematic genocides?

Disney is a global media giant; probably the most successful media branch of all times. They currently own Marvel Studios who, with their Marvel Cinematic Universe, has produced by far the highest grossing franchise of all-time. 715 more words

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Album Review: Goodness - The Hotelier

With each record they’ve released, The Hotelier’s sound seems to mature and progress in ways that both reflect their development as a band as they grow into their sound, but also as the zeitgeist of the scene at the time. 494 more words

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Travel Writing: Crete, Greece

Crete: the largest of the stunning Greek islands, home to both fascinating ancient history and a massive array of holiday resorts.  For a beachy, sun-soaked holiday, you really can’t do much better than this gorgeous island, combining both culture and traditional holidaymaker fun in one charming package. 536 more words

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