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Emily Garbutt
Exeter, University of
English Literature graduate and freelance journalist. Interests include pop culture and vegan mac & cheese.
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Is meaningful change possible while maintaining the economic status quo?

Meet the women making a difference in the green economy

Is meaningful change possible while maintaining the economic status quo?

We present this week's selection of tracks to ease you into the summer break.

Fresher Sounds – The best new music – 25/06/2019

We present this week's selection of tracks to ease you into the summer break.

Alien was released in 1979, but how does it hold up four decades later?

Alien: 40 years on

Alien was released in 1979, but how does it hold up four decades later?

The award-winning newcomer comedian talks addiction, body image and social media ahead of her Edinburgh Fringe show.

Daisy Earl: 'Drunk me was much less present than sober me'

The award-winning newcomer comedian talks addiction, body image and social media ahead of her Edinburgh Fringe show.

When it comes to representing queer teens, Booksmart comes (almost) top of the class.

Here's what Booksmart gets right about LGBT representation

When it comes to representing queer teens, Booksmart comes (almost) top of the class.

TV
An educational look at the art world - but where are the women?

TV Review: Great Art (Series 3)

An educational look at the art world - but where are the women?

Project Cece makes it easy to find ethical, sustainable clothing.

Eco fashion search engine launches in the UK

Project Cece makes it easy to find ethical, sustainable clothing.

Five alternatives to tampons that are better for the planet (and your vagina).

The eco-friendly sanitary products you need to know about

Five alternatives to tampons that are better for the planet (and your vagina).

Let's look back at what happened.
The romcom is having a renaissance and I'm totally here for it.

Someone Great review - a coming of age romcom centred around female friendships

The romcom is having a renaissance and I'm totally here for it.

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