Name one person who enjoys exams. Just one. Stuck? That’s what I thought. Exams have to be, without a doubt, the absolute worst time of the year. Forget the annual trip to your great aunt Doreen’s for broccoli soup, the day when you find out you’ve lost your flat’s security deposit, or the entire month … More How To Survive Exam Season
Paolo Nutini is a Glaswegian, through and through. Not sure you could say that about his new, modern-soul inspired record though. ‘Caustic Love’ is a blistering 13 track (11 songs, 2 interludes) album which has surprised and delighted many, nabbing him the fastest selling album of 2014 with over 109,000 copies sold in the first … More Review: Caustic Love – A New Paolo?
The Ukrainian crisis has been everywhere in recent months; newspapers, social media, TV, but the real ins and outs of it are muddled and unclear. We know that Putin is putting pressure on Yanukovych, so far successfully, and that we in the EU don’t really know what to do. A look at history and its … More What’s going on in Ukraine?
I opted to spend my third year abroad at the University of Calgary, a place best known for its appearance in the Disney movie ‘Cool Runnings’, and for having a temperature average of -25. Well this week, that turned out to be completely accurate when it reached a record low of -43. With just over … More Meanwhile in Canada…
London Grammar, Coldplay, MGMT, Passion Pit, Girl Talk, Vampire Weekend, even Queen. Universities across the world have long been breeding grounds for, not just alcoholism and a load of debt, but creativity and world famous musicians. Glasgow University is no exception. With a range of bands and musicians from orchestras to DJs to Open Mic … More Uni Bands