Disappointment. It is a word I hate, for it among the many words a critic may use, cuts particularly deeply. But I fear it is the only word I can summon up to describe STAG’s Mainstage this semester. One of Tennessee Williams most noted works (though I am more partial to A Streetcar Named Desire), … More Review: STAG presents: The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams
“Maybe it’s not what you want to read in a student magazine, but I’m going to die. And if you’re reading this, you will, too. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal. Hopefully, it’ll be decades away, and we’ll have had time to think of some really good last words…” … More Let’s Talk About Death
STAG’s most recent open slot, The Haunting of 2/2, by Rory Doherty, is billed as the story of a nightmare flat, like you’ve never seen it before, the official blurb reading ‘When Jess calls her flatmates, Seth, Louise & Noah for a flat meeting to address the feeling that the flat is drifting apart and … More Theatre Review: STAG Presents: The Haunting of 2/2
So… In semester one I committed G-YOU to the task of talking about mental health in a way that makes it accessible to all. I realised the power of writing and reading about mental health issues in the process of helping to deal with working out what is going on in your own head. What … More Let’s Talk About Depression
The GUSA family are passionate about raising awareness of mental wellbeing and helping all of us who have, or are, struggling. We all have mental health, and starting the conversation about it will make it less scary to approach when we are not doing as well. This February we are excited to invite all our … More 500 Miles For Mental Health
Mental health is one of the most pressing issues we are faced with as students in the 21st Century. Nearly 50% of all students at the University of Glasgow have problems with their mental health and while there is provision – in the form of counselling services – I believe there is a lot more … More Mental Health: Observations from a First Year’s Journey
As the days of Christmas rolled by and the realisation that having a social life reliant on countryside buses wasn’t contingent with the holiday timetable, I found myself in the company of Milo, my cat, for more hours than I’d care to admit. While the hours of our interactions mount up, I find myself struck … More Is my Cat a Psychopath?