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The Green Knight proves there's still room for creativity in the fantasy genre

A timeless story brought to new heights by David Lowery’s unrivalled cinematic eye, The Green Knight invites its audience on a meander through myth and legend, with just a hint of modern wit and elegance thrown in for good measure
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Opinion | The University’s mask policy is no longer fit for purpose

Having been nearly a trimester since the government’s lifting of all COVID-19 measures in England, you could perhaps be forgiven for wondering why the University of Bristol continues to self-impose a mask mandate inside its buildings.
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What Halloween Kills lacks in brains it makes up for in blood, but is that enough?

If you’re looking for something a little more innovative from the new Halloween sequel, a true insight into who or what Michael Myers is, or a clever twist, you may want to give Halloween Kills a miss
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Placeum: the app bringing Bristol closer to its inhabitants

In the spirit of all things freshers, Epigram has deep-dived into the most interactive Bristolian map yet, Placeum. Epigram's Features Editor spoke to the app's creator for the full run-down.
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The return to student life on campus

After the last academic year saw a largely online university experience, with students experiencing isolation and restrictions on campus facilities, Epigram reached out to the University and Bristol SU to see what plans are in place for this upcoming year.
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The best Freshers' Week yet?

After a near two-year lockdown that branded student life housebound and monotonous, Epigram's Features Deputy Editor discusses a light at the end of the tunnel - fresher's week.
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Opinion | The pressure of Freshers’

Having survived Freshers’ and the first week of lectures, I feel qualified to talk about the pressures of this hectic start to uni life.
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