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Editor’s Picks

Is vegetarianism no longer enough?

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Over recent years there has been an undeniable rocket in the number of vegetarians and vegans in the United Kingdom. Whether the choice is for ethical, environmental or for health...

Memory Card: Uncharted 2

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It's been ten years since the advent of Uncharted 2, and our writers have decided to dig it back up and see if all the fuss is still worth it....

Marvel isn’t marmite, Scorsese

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Harriet Metcalfe comments on the controversial statements made by legendary director Martin Scorsese about comic book movies. ...

In conversation with Paul Sinha

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Editor Grace Dean sat down with quizzer, comedian, TV star and former GP Paul Sinha to discuss Newcastle, nightlife, and whether he would snog, marry or avoid the other Chasers....

Does Bo Jo Stand for Botched Job?

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With fresh talks in the works, the question of Boris Johnson’s intention when it comes to Brexit is becoming increasingly confused. It seemed apparent: the Prime Minister would...

Dance society to celebrate good times at Northern Stage

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This weekend, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th March, Newcastle University Dance Society will present their annual show at the Northern Stage. This year’s performance is entitled...

Student gambling on the rise amid finance uncertainty

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A recent survey has shown 59% of students have gambled over the past 12 months. In February the Independent released the results of a National Union of Students (NUS) survey of...

Professor suspended for antisemitism

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A lecturer at the University of Essex has been suspended over anti-Semitic remarks. Dr Maaruf Ali, who lectured computer science, made the comments in a since-deleted Facebook...

Anti-racism event hosts genocide survivor

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On 2nd March, Stand Up To Racism Society held a public meeting about the road to genocide and institutional racism. It came after a recent incident at Manor Bank halls, where a...

Advertisements: an agent for social change?

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Last January 2019, the shaving company Gillette released an advertising campaign promoting positive masculinity. The advertisement called “We Believe: The Best Men Can Be”...