Fiona Grew is a 4th year Philosophy and Theology student and co-Culture Editor at The Student. When she’s not gulping down coffee in Rainy Hall, she’s usually to be found visiting her beloved grandparents in suburban Edinburgh.

And Then There Were None

Image courtesy of Keith Midham. Usually considered Agatha Christie’s masterpiece, And Then There Were None tells of eight guests invited to stay on an uninhabited island who, upon arrival, begin to...

Culture beyond The Fringe

Edinburgh’s international reputation tends to be heavily intertwined with the various festivals that dominate the city during August. Sometimes the manic focus on this one particular month –...

ROYGBIV: Colliding Culture

If high fashion is art then a discussion of it belongs here in the Culture section. This at least is the official excuse for mentioning Zoolander’s return to the catwalks of Paris in this week’s...