Startup founded by a former UoB student helping to reduce paper waste at the Welcome Fair

This year at the Welcome Fair Bristol SU will be using a digital companion app called Flyerless designed to replace paper leaflets and cut down on waste.
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The 'living laboratory' moving in to Royal Fort Gardens

The University of Bristol’s brand-new project ‘deBordering’, based in Royal Fort Gardens, hosted its launch event last night. Epigram went to find out what it’s all about.
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Black Bristol Scholarship Programme offering £1m in new initiatives gets underway this week

This week the university’s Black Bristol Scholarship Programme will see forty students be supported with bursaries, postgraduate funding and targeted careers support to address the underrepresentation of black students in higher education.
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Opinion | Recent figures show that a lenient approach to drug use isn’t enough

The number of drug-related deaths recorded in Bristol in 2020 was the highest since records began. And it is up nearly 40 per cent since 2001. Clearly, drug misuse is an issue we need to tackle.
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'Annette' is utterly bizarre and sometimes confusing, but never boring

Annette is a film that demands patience – patience as Adam Driver begins to sing, patience as we are introduced to Annette the puppet baby; patience as we are lurched into a completely surreal world. But after submitting to the film’s fantasy, the payoff is immense.
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Fly to Dublin direct from Bristol Airport

The Croft Magazine // From Bristol Airport it's just a short hop, within the Common Travel Area, to Dublin. Mia Austin takes a three-day break to explore the Irish capital and its surroundings.
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