Noa Hoffman
Co-Editor of The Edinburgh Tab

We spoke to people inside Labour Students to find out the real tea

Labour Students has been officially binned off this week

Protesters will ask students to leave lectures on Friday for climate strike

They want Edinburgh students to get involved in a “general strike” against climate change

‘I’ve got a lifetime pass to the Big Cheese’: We spoke to Edinburgh’s Ian Murray MP

He’s campaigning to keep Britain in the EU

The Edinburgh Tab is looking for writers and we want YOU

You don’t need any experience at all

Syrian students ‘put off’ attending UoE by lecturer accused of spreading pro-Assad propaganda

A Syrian student said they felt ‘unsafe’

The 2019 Love Island contestants as Brexit options

Someone send this to Downing Street

The great Hive fire: What actually happened?

A real disco inferno

Wes Nelson has just compared Potterrow to the Love Island villa

Yes, you’ve heard correctly

Are you ready to get LIT at freshers? EUSA are hosting a People’s Vote rally

The wrist band is worth it just for this x

Fringe performer in Holocaust play told ‘nobody gives a shit’ by actor

This was just one of multiple incidences of antisemetic backlash the play has received

Breaking: The KB bus has been thrown a one year lifeline

Thank god for that

‘Underachieving’ Subway nightclub could be transformed into a pod hotel

RIP tragic hookups

Exclusive: The shuttle bus between George Square and King’s Buildings will no longer be free from September

Thanks for nothing!

EUSA officially support a second referendum on Brexit

They’re calling for a People’s Vote with remain on the ballot

Free gin, old shoes and Paxman: We interviewed Edi’s University Challenge victor and all round icon Robbie Campbell Hewson

He’s become a Twitter sensation

EUSA announce official support of climate group Extinction Rebellion

The climate change activist network have staged protests across the country

Who was West End shooting victim Bradley Welsh? T2 star, Edinburgh tough guy and local charity hero

He established two charities and has raised over £44,000 to fight local inequality

Edinburgh students accused of dressing in ‘yellow-face’ for Chinese New Year themed flat party

The two students involved have strongly denied the accusations

Campaigners ramp up efforts to ‘Save Leith Walk’ from Edinburgh University backed demolitions

Local cafes, bars and music venues will be forced to shut

From budget bites to posh nosh: The ultimate foodie’s guide to Edinburgh

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