The NUS think students should drink less. They can keep their advice.
What is going on? Edinburgh pushed out of top 20 as Dundee become the best Scottish uni for ‘quality of life’
The Tab’s exciting guide to your VPS Candidates!
The Tab’s official guide to EUSA’s Presidential Election.
Scotland has some legitimate gripes with the UK. But there are some things that you just can’t complain about.
EUSA have rejected an attempt to ban forced segregation on campus.
Delta Kappa Epsilon, the controversial Yale fraternity, are coming to Edinburgh. Students raise concerns.
NSA whistleblower nominated as rector for Glasgow University.
University staff continue to strike over pay
Police have confirmed that a body found in Argyll last week is that of missing Edinburgh University student Yulia Solodyankin.
Members of the Scottish Parliament have voted in favour of same-sex marriage, in the first step towards its recognition in Scotland.
On Thursday 21st November, EUSA’s Student Council Meeting will vote on whether “EUSA is a feminist”
EUSA need to stop being boring and get back to proposing ridiculous policies. A couple of scandals would be nice too.
Edinburgh council are considering an overhaul of alcohol licenses. Health campaigners want to prevent new pubs and shops from selling alcohol in “areas of over provision”. This would be unproductive and foolish.
International students forcibly fingerprinted to prove lecture attendance
Scotland was officially declared the manliest nation on earth, beating Australia, Russia and, of course, England.
A call by Police Scotland to ban “items of a sexual nature” from Edinburgh saunas has been rejected by the council.
The Nobel Prize in Physics has been jointly awarded to Francois Englert and Edinburgh Professor Peter Higgs.
Edinburgh University cut £1.2 million a year from terror-weapon company
Edinburgh just about catch 30th in the Lloyds ‘Quality of Life Survey’.
Edinburgh Uni Debates Union poster accused of racism.
A guide to the best candidates for EUSA reps.
A second year’s Freshers’ Week regrets.
Reflections on the Protest against Farage
Emile Yusupoff takes a stance on the side of the nerds.
Emile Yusupoff looks at political correctness, hypocrisy, and religion at the uni