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Summer loving: had me a blast!

After months of delays, cancellations, and compromises, the Lakota Summer of Love festival truly was a healthy and happy return to live music in Bristol.
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The human impact of our demand for fresh produce - what needs to change and how can students help?

Chains such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Aldi and Lidl all benefit from the work carried out by the workers in greenhouses, in conditions that can only be described as slave labour.
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Behind Bristol's Balloon Fiesta Fortnight

If you’ve been in Bristol over the past fortnight, you’ve undoubtedly seen the balloons from your window, garden or local park - but how did the balloon become a symbol of Bristol’s identity? And how has the festival adapted to the post-pandemic era?
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A Fairtrade future for Bristol?

Bristol’s Just Love Society have pushed the University to achieve Fairtrade accreditation from the Fairtrade Foundation, and it seems as though their work has paid off.
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‘The ball is slipping through our fingers’: Meet the Bristol Uni climate scientists who wrote landmark IPCC report

Bristol University’s leading climate scientists have sounded the alarm in the UN’s latest climate report, but there is still time to act, they say.
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One Bristol Curriculum - the organisation working to diversify education in Bristol classrooms

There is an urgent need for a more diverse curriculum which teaches the rich and complex history of BAME people, while also highlighting the structural and systemic nature of racism within western society.
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Bristol Bot Builders and the art of combat robotics

Combat robotics may be a niche and perhaps unheard of hobby, but Bristol Bot Builders (BBB) are here to help spread the word and get more people involved in the art of robot building, including students.
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Student life and pub culture: the history behind your favourite hangouts

I still try to remember the cold chill that ran down my spine on a warm afternoon in May, when the temperature was hovering around the high twenties as I walked up Gloucester Road.
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