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Tag: <span>Arthur’s Seat</span>

Introducing our new writer, Indigo!

Hello everyone! My name is Indigo (yes, my parents are very cool) and I’m a fourth-year International Relations student, which means I’m part of the School of Social and Political Science here at the University of Edinburgh. I’m originally from New York, but spent the first part of my childhood …

Melissa’s Top Five Free Things to do in Edinburgh

As a university student, Melissa is well-versed in finding the best ways to save money: here are her favourite free things to do in Edinburgh! Visit the Scottish National Museum It’s an obligatory first mention. As a student at Edinburgh, its proximity to campus is unbeatable. It borders Bristo Square, …

The seasons of Arthur’s Seat

Blog by Laerke, Sustainable Development No matter which side of town you’re on, you can see him. Rising above the city, Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags are a magical piece of countryside in the middle of the capital. Join Lærke for a walk through the seasons on this quintessential part …


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