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Dear Members, Today we have an exciting and emotive message for you from Urzula Glienecke (she/her), Associate Chaplain and SPN volunteer:   I’m delighted to share some great news from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Today it voted in favour of ‘same sex’ marriage. Many voices were saying: ‘At last!’ It has […]
…by Sarah / from Indonesia / studying Veterinary Medicine / 1st year Hello everyone! It’s Sarah, a first year student on the 5-year BVM&S course. Easter holidays are now over and we’re back on campus after a long break that was joyously filled with lambing. This was my first lambing EMS placement, where I assisted […]
If you see the ‘No user serviceable parts inside’ notice as a challenge, I am with you. I am in the class of people most open to the right to repair movement so I want to introduce some reflection on what it means and whether it is the right way to frame what we want. […]
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