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Bristol’s nightlife scene unpacked: spiking spate and street (un)safety

Following recent cases of drink spiking in Bristol nightclubs, Epigram investigates just how safe the city's streets are at night.
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In memory of Olisa Odukwe, Young Goat launches its biggest charity campaign yet with Black Minds Matter UK

Bristol alumni clothing brand, Young Goat, are aiming to raise £10k for Black Minds Matter UK. Their co-founder, Arthur Leventhorpe, spoke to Epigram about their biggest charity campaign to date.
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Black History Month at the University of Bristol

The relationship between Black history and the city of Bristol throughout history itself has often been tumultuous. To reflect on these matters in the wake of the Black History Month, Epigram interviewed the Chair of the Black Students Network, Ijeoma Egbarin.
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PROJECT:TALK and Bristol SU launch Mental Fitness Fair to improve the visibility of mental health support services in Bristol

Bristol SU and PROJECT:TALK are launching a Mental Fitness Fair to showcase mental health support services in the Anson Rooms today.
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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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Epigram interviews Bristol's Pro-Life Feminist Society

Content Warning: This article contains themes of abortion and rape. Following the SU Welcome Fair that gave a platform to Bristol societies to engage with new and returning students, Epigram interviews Bristol's Pro-Life Feminist Society.
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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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