Christopher O’Neil breaks down the problems in Scottish access and advocates for revolution in outreach programmes and strategy, something he belives the Clydeside Project is leading.
Perhaps most important of those lessons, don’t cut the front first. Trying to get the back to match up to the bit I’d already hacked substantially shorter wasn’t just difficult. It was impossible.
Oxford Sports Federation Executive Committee (SFEC) have sent an open letter opposing the university’s proposed repurposing of the Iffley Road Sports Centre as a teaching space for Michaelmas term. An email was distributed to committee members on 19 August detailing Oxford University’s ongoing considerations to use the two indoor sports halls at Iffley Road Sports Read More…
Jaya Rana and Mitch Marshall reminisce about Edinburgh Fringe Festivals of the past as this year’s celebrations are put on hold.
Part 4 of a mini series, sharing the songs that have been keeping us going through this peculiar time.
Tolstoy, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Franz Kafka. Some of literature’s greatest, whose meat-free diets all beg the same question: how deep can getting Greggs’ vegan sausage roll really be? As it turns out, pretty deep. Hipsters and certain brands of vegan activism may have changed their image, but plant-based diets have roots as a subversive, anti-capitalist, Read More…
Niall Shaban argues that Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris for the Vice-Presidency will fail to appease the progressives in the Democrats.
Language is not just a means of communication, but also the expression of an entire nation’s identity. There will always be a trade-off between valuing and preserving a people’s native language, and the return of an investment in human capital that learning a dominant or common language provides.