Edit magazine celebrates community
The latest edition of Edit magazine places a strong focus on the University’s community of students, staff and graduates, and throws the spotlight Edinburgh's local and global achievements.
In an interview with alumna Dr Helen Pankhurst, great granddaughter of leading suffragette Emmeline, the magazine explores what it means to be still marching in this centenary year of women’s suffrage.
Two law graduates describe their incredible experience while working for lobbyists ICAN who won the Nobel Peace Prize, while a conversation is opened about digital security, and what advice our experts can offer.
The striking cover celebrates the inroads that female engineering graduates have made, as we mark the year in which Engineering at Edinburgh turns 150, and there is an inspiring feature on the community work our music students and staff are doing in refugee camps.
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