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Opinion | The Southmead by-election is a 'bye bye' to the Tories

Labour’s Kye Dudd recently won the Southmead by-election, beating the Green Party candidate by just 52 votes. What does this mean for Bristol?
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Opinion | The SU’s ‘Dare to Care’ campaign was a success, but we can’t stop there

Shame still surrounds many mental health issues and, when unspoken, it can thrive. It is important for universities to have structures in place to help dismantle these damaging tendencies.
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Opinion | At least we are all facing the cost of living crisis together - or are we?

The spiralling cost of living crisis will exacerbate and shed a light upon the gross inequalities within our student body. Now is the time to face this disparity head on.
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Opinion | Tarzan and trigger warnings: should Bristol relabel its library?

The time is six past nine in the morning. It has taken less than three scrolls on ‘Tiktok’ to reach a video concerning the strain that this life can have on students’ mental health.
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Opinion | Removing free COVID testing on campus shows what the government thinks of students

Post-Partygate, the government is in damage control mode, producing rushed and un-informed policies with the sole intent of clawing back public approval.
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Opinion | The decline of student activism is understandable. But we should not forget the power of ‘in-person’ protests

In recent years, movements such as Black Lives Matter (BLM) and the youth climate movement have led to what the Guardian calls the ‘Resurgence of student activism’. But are students nowadays actually more politically and socially active than in previous generations?
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Opinion | Why you should vote in the SU elections

Election time has come around again! Voting for the Bristol SU elections opened yesterday, giving students the chance to elect fellow students in various roles across the SU.
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