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Not Just a Football Jersey. How Brazil’s Strip Has Become a Political Symbol.

Far-right supporters in Brazil wore the national football team’s jersey during anti-democratic riots earlier this month. Hannah looks at what the famous green and yellow shirt means for the country today.January 16, 202323
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Top Five Things to Do

The top five things to do this week, from January 16th-22nd. January 15, 20235
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How Embracing Aesthetic Principles Can Help “Winter Blues”

Isabelle appreciates the beauty of the cold winter weather and what it can bring to our lives. January 3, 202312
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VS23 Launch and Afterparty: A Divinely Inspired Night at The Vic

Christy Forshaw reviews the launch show and afterparty for VS23 at The Vic.December 10, 202219
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Music for a Good Cause – CASH x Thursday Jazz Night

Anisha Jaya Minocha reviews the collaboration between CASH and the weekly Jazz Nights at the Union.December 9, 202212
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8 Billion is Not as Daunting as It Seems: Earth’s Census Will Not Destroy Us

Earth's population is rapidly increasing... Hannah argues the need to shift from alarmism to realism.December 8, 202218
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Top Five Things to Do

The top five things to do this week, from January 23rd-29th. January 22, 20234
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‘God Save the King’ – But Only in England?

Hannah looks at the problematic nature of the English football team singing the UK’s national anthem God Save the King as their national anthem ahead of the clash between England and Wales in the World Cup.November 28, 202229
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Bleeding Them Dry: Underpaid NHS Staff Left Suffering and Unable to Provide Care

Niamh examines the strikes, pay disputes, and tensions surrounding the NHS.November 22, 202235

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