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Scottish Parliament Cross-Party Groups

One of the great things about studying in the School of GeoSciences post-graduate programmes at the University of Edinburgh is the university’s very close proximity to policy-makers whose own work is often informed by our programmes’ research and teaching. The … Continue reading

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That time I wore a kilt

A Finnish, a German and a Mexican walk into a kilt shop and no, this is not the start of a joke. A couple of months ago, the Msc in Carbon Management got the chance to spend a lovely Christmas … Continue reading

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Food for a Fiver

As we all probably know by this point, the student lifestyle requires a very thorough financial analysis to be able to make it through the month on a budget. And having been a student dependent on scholarships most of his … Continue reading

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Haggis and ceilidh

In Scotland, Burns Night is a special occasion when the work and life of poet Robert Burns is celebrated with a nice supper that takes place close to the poet’s birthday, January 25th. At least that’s what it is supposed … Continue reading

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