Lifestyle

St Patrick’s Day in Edinburgh

On March 17, the world will glow green as the patron saint of Ireland is honoured and Irish culture is celebrated across the globe. This holiday has become a world-wide phenomenon, with famous monuments – including the leaning Tower of Pisa,...

Do it yourself: Yakisoba

I don’t know about you, but the idea of making Japanese food at home is daunting. Incredibly daunting. Visions of trying to roll intricate pieces of salmon and rice into something vaguely resembling the minuscule dishes that circulate Yo! Sushi...

Add a little spring to your room

With spring just around the corner, now is the perfect time to update and brighten your room with some great new items. Even just adding few small spring-coloured pieces will instantly make a difference and make a room feel brighter and ready for...

Dissertation survival guide from Cassandra Lord

Whether you’ve made it to the final few days of your dissertation or still have a month to go, we all need a bit of a push sometimes (and let’s face it, some procrastination). Here is a crash course survival guide to making it out of your...

The best of Edinburgh’s charity shops

Edinburgh presents you with a plethora of charity shopping destinations, and it is easy to get incredibly overwhelmed by them all. Here is a handy guide to a charitable wander around Edinburgh. Start off small. Marchmont is home to three relatively...

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