This month is a bumper edition with a festival theme as we chat to alumni who are involved in some way, shape or form with this year's Fringe.
We are interested in the role that the University has played in your life, either directly - in terms of skills and knowledge - or indirectly, via friends, experiences or chance encounters.
Please get in touch and you and your experiences could feature on our website.
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Musician Konstantinos Rekleitis, who completed his PhD at Edinburgh, talks about how his time at Edinburgh has given him invaluable experiences as he prepares for this year’s festival.
Canadian Andra Roston moved here to study teaching, and has been involved in the Edinburgh Festivals in many different ways.
Will Searle is producing You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown with Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group (EUSOG), having performed at the Fringe for a number of years.
Derek Williams made the most of his time at University and believes that the city is a hotbed for arts and culture.
Informatics graduate Dr Tim Willis talks to us about his academic journey to Edinburgh, how he commercialised his PhD and how this relates to this year's festival.
Eva O'Connor and Sophie Fuller tell us how their very different degrees combined to create Sunday's Child - a theatre company who are bringing their fourth production to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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