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Places to Visit in Lesser Known Edinburgh

Places to Visit in Lesser Known Edinburgh Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyrood and Greyfriar’s Bobby statue are some of the most popular attractions for visitors to Edinburgh.  However, there … Continue reading

Edinburgh’s First Commonwealth Games

Edinburgh’s First Commonwealth Games The 22nd Commonwealth Games begin in Birmingham this month and are expected to be the largest yet staged. Edinburgh has played host to the games twice. … Continue reading

National Insect Week 2022

National Insect Week 2022 Love them or loathe them, insects are an important part of the earth’s ecosystem. Furthermore, they are a vital source of food for birds, fish and … Continue reading

Our Library over Summer

Our Library over Summer The exams may be over, but our campus libraries are still open and offering a full range of services. That means that you still have access … Continue reading

Meditation Day 21st of May

World Meditation Day– 21st May “You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes every day unless you’re too busy; then you should sit for an hour.” These words, attributed to … Continue reading

What the Librarians are reading: Books we recommend!

Image Source What the librarians are reading: Books we recommend! Part 1 Stumped for your next read? Curious what the book professionals are reading? Look no further!  Here’s a peek … Continue reading

Support and Wellbeing Over The Exam Period

During exam time, it’s important to look after yourself physically, mentally and emotionally. The library is here to support you and your wellbeing over the exam period. Relaxation Spaces Each … Continue reading

The First Modern Olympics

Despite Covid, Tokyo hosts the delayed summer Olympics of 2020 this month representing the ultimate challenge to the world’s top athletes.  Organisers estimate some 11,000 athletes, from 205 countries will compete in 330 events in 28 sports in front of TV audiences numbering billions. Today’s intense interest, however, contrasts markedly with the more haphazard nature of the very first modern Olympic Games held in Athens in 1896.      Reproduction of the … Continue reading

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