Is wild camping your last resort summer escape?

The Croft Magazine // Though illegal in much of the UK, wild camping can prove a good last resort. It might even be exciting, and a good chance to connect with nature.
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Bristol alumni amongst Team GB at Olympics

With the pandemic-delayed 2020 Olympic Games commencing at last with a spectacular opening ceremony in Tokyo yesterday, it is exciting to see seven Bristol graduates step up to compete for gold.
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Opinion | Banning afro swim caps is bad. Excluding minorities from sport is worse

The International Swimming Federation (FINA) recently decided to ban “afro” swim caps at the upcoming Olympic Games. This discriminatory measure reminds us that current levels of diversity in sport are far from gold medal-worthy.
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Comedy and Drama mix seamlessly in Emma Seligman's 'Shiva Baby'

Adapted from her ten-minute short of the same name Emma Seligman has done a phenomenal job in directing, writing, and creating this award-winning, unparalleled comedy-drama
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Opinion | Are English universities really setting up their students with skills for the “real world”?

The English University System is renowned for being one of the most prestigious and accomplished education systems in the world. Is this still the case in a post-pandemic 21st century?
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Opinion | Do you have to be able to deal with a disability?

I am a disabled student and, like many first years, I found the transition to university difficult. This was exacerbated by the slow and lacking response from the disability support services - and I have not suffered this alone.
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Bristol student takes on all 96 sports during Tokyo Olympics in the name of charity

During the course of the Tokyo games, third-year student Charlotte Nichols and partner Stuart Bates aim to compete in all 96 Olympic sports in hopes of raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
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