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A note from the Founder:


I started the magazine in June after feeling like there wasn’t a creative space in Edinburgh that allowed for student-focused journalism and opinion. Taking into consideration the events of this year, I wanted to build a platform that encouraged students to freely express their thoughts and speak out when necessary. We’ve now expanded to a team of 10 people who share the same values alongside me and they have been so enthusiastic and dedicated in growing the magazine. I’m also really grateful to the writers and artists who we’ve gone to and who have come to us to be involved. It’s been so surprising to see what this has turned into and I can’t wait to see what happens in the New Year. Thank you so much for following and reading our magazine 💜

Tamara El-Halawani

Artwork by Ellie Jack (Instagram: @elliejackillustrations)



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