Edit Magazine
Covers of the James Tait Black fiction shortlist 2019

This year marks 100 years of the University’s prestigious James Tait Black Prizes. As the shortlist is announced and a special one-off prize unveiled, Lecturer in English Literature and Fiction Judge Alexandra Lawrie delves into the history of the UK’s longest running literary prizes.

Stethoscope in the shape of a heart rate monitor

Our medical students and graduates explain why they are committed to a career in primary care.

The language of music

A graduate tells her story about bringing music workshops to children in Greece’s refugee camps.

March for Women 2018

Suffragette descendent Dr Helen Pankhurst gives her thoughts on the progress of women’s rights.

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