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The Caledonian Record's Modern Archive contains staff-written and other selected articles from 1997 to the present.

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Having sufficiently vexed the powers that be by participation in protests, I have experienced the discomfort of handcuffs in police cars, as well as the dreadful silence of cold, steel encasement in a prison cell. As the hours pass, the knowing that one will sooner or later be released provides relief, but confinement does give way to the question. What would it be like to be kept in this windowless space for months or years, or life?