Written by: Kate Collins The Head of Students for Choice’s ‘The Good Cause Project’ discusses the University of Glasgow’s FAQ discrepancies. **Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault, miscarriage and abortion. It is upsetting that this article had to be written, but disturbingly necessary. The good cause policy, by definition, exists to make ‘appropriate allowances for unforeseen or … More My Choice, My Cause.
Written by: Amélie Davidson George Floyd. Breanna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Samuel Dubose. Tamir Rice. Eric Garner. Santa Bland. Trayvon Martin. Walter Scott. Oscar Grant. Philando Castile. Terrence Crutcher. Aiyana Jones. Agatha Felix. Maurice Gordon. Tony McDade. These are the names of just some of the many lives lost to senseless acts of racism. For millions … More Cause of death: the system.
Nina Munro gives her opinion on the Myka Stauffer adoption controversy Written by: Nina Munro I press play. Almost immediately, a whiney American voice greets me. She’s crying, he’s crying. So far, I think the video is of influencers announcing their divorce as they seem so concerned with themselves. The video, entitled “An update on … More A Bad Influence(r)
Written by: Imogen James I just wanted to write a short foreword before you read this piece. The Black Lives Matter movement is something that has always been close to my heart. I was lucky enough to be educated in school about the Civil Rights Movement, the Slave Trade, and all the bad parts in … More selfish
Should young people be allowed to go to work to save the economy? Written by: Katerina Partolina Schwartz The most important thing to remember is that we do not know a lot about the Coronavirus. Every day scientists are learning more about it. A vaccine is still a faraway dream, and nobody is 100% sure … More Do it for Your Country
Written by: Kimberley Mannion Most of us, no matter our political views, are in the same place right now – lockdown. Similar strategies to tackle COVID-19 have been implemented across the world by leaders of varying political leanings, but nuances in their approach, however small, make for interesting reflection, particularly when matched up with said … More How political views influence approaches to COVID-19.
Duncan Henderson, G-You’s politics editor, crowns the GUU’s most ICONIC event. Written by: Duncan Henderson It’s now been two months since the GUU closed its doors as a result of coronavirus, sadly putting a pause on some of the iconic events that happen within its walls. In lieu of the classic post-exam pint in Beer … More Getting your GUU fix
This past summer, I’m sure we all experienced, heard or worried about, and maybe even benefitted from the looming cloud- or sun, in this case- of climate change. Enjoyable summer evening drinks, or days in the park with friends are coupled up with a jaded feeling of helplessness and fear. In July, we saw temperatures … More How Climate Change Might Be Affecting Your Mental Health and What You Can Do About It
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