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Pantry Recipes: Microwave Cheats

Student | Pippa Roth-Biester If you’re like me and you spent at least one year at Uni without a kitchen in your accommodation, these recipes are really good. These 3 recipes are to help you create meals in a few minutes, even if you don’t have access to a stove, as all you need is a microwave. Instant Noodles Ingredients: Pack of instant noodles; hot … Continue reading Pantry Recipes: Microwave Cheats

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Why it’s not too late to take part in Veganuary

Molly Williams | Arts & Culture Editor   I’m a firm believer that the best resolutions are the ones we don’t make on first day of the year. Hungover and tired, the type of people that still manage to haul themselves to the gym, or start the novel they’ve been talking about, are ethereal beings with self-control beyond the human realm. If you’re still looking … Continue reading Why it’s not too late to take part in Veganuary

3 Twists on Hot Chocolate That Will Cozy Up Your Holidays

Student Writer | Cheryl Parker Nothing says warm and cozy like a nice cup of hot chocolate! Hot chocolate is the best dessert to have after a nice big family meal, the best beverage to drink while you watch a Christmas movie on Netflix; and most certainly tops the list when you think of the perfect winter night – sitting by the fireplace watching the … Continue reading 3 Twists on Hot Chocolate That Will Cozy Up Your Holidays

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Far-Right Brazilian Candidate Wins Polls: 6 Controversial Topics With Quotes

Editor | Cassandra Lau After intense campaigning, far-right Brazilian candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, wins the presidential elections with 55.13 per cent of the popular vote against 44.8 per cent for Fernando Haddad of the left-wing Workers’ Party. The disheartened faces that roam the streets of Brazil conjures a not too long ago election which determined Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. The … Continue reading Far-Right Brazilian Candidate Wins Polls: 6 Controversial Topics With Quotes

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World Food Day: How to End World Hunger

Arts & Culture Editor | Molly Williams It’s 9:00am on a Tuesday morning. You’re sitting in your first lecture of the day, having just rolled out of bed and hauled yourself onto campus – there was no time for breakfast. Between slides, there’s a lull in the lecturer’s presentation; it is in this silence that your stomach erupts with a moan for the usual morning … Continue reading World Food Day: How to End World Hunger

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Food System Impact: How to Adopt a Sustainable Diet

Editor | Cassandra Lau Many probably recall being told off for wasting or playing with food as a child. Many might also recall hearing the familiar phrase, “Don’t waste food! There are children starving in Africa!” Digging into why its such a commonly used phrase, here are some interesting comments by people on Quora: “Not wasting food” seems to be a basic principle and even … Continue reading Food System Impact: How to Adopt a Sustainable Diet