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Summer Round-up 2021: The sustainable swimwear trends to check out

The Croft Magazine// Maya Ellwood- Sawyer explores the latest swimwear brands which are redefining the swimwear industry with inspiration from 70’s prints while promoting both sustainability and size inclusivity for all.
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The Balloon Bar is back

The Balloon Bar is back! After a year without their super cheap drinks, Epigram was extremely pleased to attend their soft launch yesterday afternoon.
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The students behind Bristol’s non-guaranteed student accommodation crisis

Epigram recently reported on the acute shortage of university accommodation for incoming ‘non-guaranteed undergraduate applicants’. Following up on this, Epigram's Features Editor has spoken to students caught in the student housing crisis.
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Review: Little Simz - Sometimes I Might be Introvert

Having consolidated her sound after GREY Area, which went to UK R&B Number 1 back in March 2019, her fourth full-length album Sometimes I Might Be Introvert sees Little Simz develop her R&B and rap styles while exploring new musical avenues.
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Review: IDLES and special guests on The Downs ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Idles rarely live up to their name. A few hours before stepping onto their back yard of The Downs they’d been in London, headlining Wide Awake Festival. The band are keen to make up for lost time.
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Deep dive into the rise of Gratitude Journals: Do they work?

Many argue Gratitude journaling can help you find joy in even the darkest of times and have taken up this hobby during the last year of the pandemic. But does this approach truly hold any benefits?
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Vice Chancellor Professor Hugh Brady announces he is leaving the University of Bristol

He will remain as Vice Chancellor and President of Bristol Uni for the next academic year, before taking up his new role as the new President of Imperial College London on 1 August 2022.
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My Problem with the Love Island Machine

After Sunday's reunion episode, it is time to say goodbye to this year's Islanders. This year has seen a lot of changes on the Love Island set, not just because of Covid-19, and it feels a good time to reflect on the shows' value.
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