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STUDENT RAG CHECK’S OUT WHERE ALL THE HIGH VOLTAGE FUN (& A LITTLE SUNSHINE) IS…

COMIC CON It’s hard to imagine that comic books and their characters were once quarantined to the dark basements and bedrooms of teenagers and kids looking to escape mainstream culture. Marvel and DC Comics have become humungous franchises, not only continuing with comic books but also creating some of the biggest

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Graduation Fashion For The Girls!

Prom. Graduation. Just those words could bring on a migraine. It’s a night to celebrate all your hard work over the last few years and let loose, but crucially, the night when you’re most likely to find your photos plastered all over social media. Such an event calls for the

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Student Rag was invited to check out comedian Stewart Francis last night as he bows out of the comedy world one line at a time…

Listening to legendary comedian Stewart Francis feels like playing a game of catch up. You're constantly laughing at his bullet fire one liners and tutting at some of the silly puns or averting eye contact at some of the riskier jokes. But every so often he throws in a

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Americana band Morganway chat to Student Rag about UFOs, circus theatrics and their Summer album release…

Americana band Morganway, founded by twin brothers Callum and Kieran Morgan, are a Norfolk six-piece inspired by classic 80s bands and artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles. Lead singer Nicole J Terry, a former circus performer and violin-maker, has a similar vocal sound to KT Tunstall

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We’ve got some more gigs coming up to keep you going over the next few weeks…

SEAN PAUL After his initial foray into mainstream consciousness, Sean Paul seemed to fall out of favour for a few years. Early on, his singles Get Busy and Temperature, as well as his appearance on Beyonce’s Baby Boy and Blu Cantrell’s brilliant R’n’B hit Breathe seemed to point towards him being

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What’s Happening in June in the Cities? Student Rag Keeps You Posted…

EDINBURGH ORIGAMI MEETUP If you’re a crafty type (and have the patience of a saint) then you may be interested in the niche art of origami. All levels of ability are welcome at this meetup event for those who appreciate the ancient and enigmatic Japanese artform in the not so ancient

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Susie Daniels checks out sharp-suited Jack Savoretti at Glasgow’s O2 Academy last night

I don't know where I've been the last few years but Jack Savoretti didn't really pop up on my radar until last year and my radar needle went ballistic last month following his performance of Candlelight on the Graham Norton show (woohoo, party on a Friday night). It nailed him

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Boho desert-inspired make-up is lightweight and oozes a healthy natural glow

Summer means sun, especially after last year’s prolonged heatwave and the recent Easter weekend scorcher! So it's no surprise the SS19 runways had an abundance of boho desert-inspired make-up and hair looks. To get the look at home, keep your skin looking healthy and fresh with a lightweight foundation or

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Shetland is home to breath-taking scenery and spectacular wildlife but it also has a thriving economy…strong renewables, tourism, creative industries and even a budding space sector

Mention the word Shetland and you might conjure up pictures of small ponies, knitwear and puffins. Perhaps you’re aware of the islands through the recent BBC drama series featuring Douglas Henshall as DI Perez, or you’ve seen coverage of Up Helly Aa, the Viking themed fire festivals which take place

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