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BAFTAs 2022: A rundown of the UK's biggest night in film, from Dune to The Power of the Dog

After two years of largely remote ceremonies, the UK’s biggest night for film has made a real return, and with some of the world’s most iconic film stars and filmmakers flocking to the Royal Albert Hall to honour the best pictures of the past year
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Jess Phillips on making it as an MP: ‘I want power, power to change things’

In an event organised by the University of Bristol’s Politics Society, The Labour MP spoke passionately about her journey into politics, her vision of the Labour Party and shared some wisdom about a career in the field.
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Deconstructing Bristol's suicide narrative

'Why is Bristol so bad? Why doesn't the University say anything?' Epigram unpacks the issue of student suicides at Bristol, investigating the past, its reality today and the future of mental health services at the University.
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Climate anxiety at Bristol University – what can we do to help?

To be a student at Bristol is to be confronted with an array of plant milks in your flat’s fridge door, bump into a Depop-clad ‘rah’ around every street corner, and stumble across Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests on your doorstep.
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Dig!: A retrospective on the seminal music doc and the battle between art & profit

an artistic debate as old as time: to stay underground and make music true to you or sign to a major label to reach the largest audience while risking the moniker of ‘sell-out’?
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‘Medical schools are treating eating disorders as a niche subject': raising awareness this EDA Week

28 February marked the beginning of Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2022, a national event dedicated to shining a light upon the detrimental impact of eating disorders - life-threatening and under-researched illnesses that come at a high personal cost for both those suffering and their families.
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‘There are already queues in the gun shop’ – Eastern European students remind us of Bristol’s part to play in the Ukraine crisis

As Ukraine declares a state of emergency, most University of Bristol students read the international news with a distant gaze.
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