Epigram has a new look!



The online team at the University of Bristol's multi award-winning newspaper invite you to take a look at our brand new website. Looks bloody amazing, if we say so ourselves!

Gone are the days of the spaces between articles on the Most Read column and A PICTURE-LESS NEWS SITE as we've traded the clunky, malfunctioning site for a sleeker, brighter and fully functioning new model. Goodbye Nissan Micra - hello Aston Martin Vantage!

As you may have noticed, the old Epigram website was not exactly something to shout about (we still shudder thinking about it). Behind the scenes, we have had a lot more trouble with it than you could ever imagine. However, a dedicated few - lead by Online Editor Georgia Marsh, Deputy Online Editor Lucy Thompson and Deputy Managing Director Joe Jones - have worked tirelessly since July on our passion project. We are overjoyed to finally have a website where our writers can proudly showcase their work and where students from the University of Bristol can read the latest breaking news, film reviews, style advice, and more!

We would also like to say a very special thank you to our incredible team of Webmasters - James Mulholland, Annie Nguyễn, Soo Yee Lim and Maddie Darbyshire. Without them our vision would never have come into fruition.

How great does our new site look? Check it out for yourself over on epigram.org.uk!

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But now for the important stuff...

We understand you may be concerned about accessing articles you have written - whether this be for personal pleasure or for CVs and applications etc. You will be happy to know that these have not disappeared from the Internet forever, however we are currently working on uploading an archive version of the old site so you will be able to access old articles in due course. Soon after this is complete, we will be moving this archive to our current site, but please bear with us (as you have already been so patient with us!). We will inform our readership of these changes as soon as they materialise!

If you have any questions, queries or comments, please do not hesitate to contact our Online Editor Georgia Marsh over at georgia.marsh@epigram.org.uk.

We hope you love the new website as much as we do. We are so proud to be commencing this new era of Epigram.

What do you think of our new website? Let us know via social media or in the comments below!

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