Kathryn Stevenson Graduation is approaching and, apart from feeling extremely withered from nearly four years of excessive boozing, there is a slight smell of smugness in the air as we don our robes and head for the skies. However for those of you still struggling through your university career, don’t panic, I’m here to impart my … More Glasgow Hacks
Ellen Andrew When I applied to study abroad I almost forgot about that fact that I would have to actually physically pack my bags and move to the other side of the world. But here I am, just over a year after I received my nomination from Seoniad at RIO and I am sitting in … More Erasmust: Ellen Andrew
Jerusalem, a play by Jez Butterworth, is the latest production of STaG (Student Theatre at Glasgow) staged between 24th – 26th November at the Oran Mor. Here are my feelings from the opening night.
After a period of inactivity the Spotted: Glasgow University Library Facebook page has resurfaced causing considerable controversy. The University’s Feminist Societies are campaigning to get it taken down for sexist, demeaning and hurtful posts while the admins cry “freedom of speech” and argue that there’s just as much misandry on the page as misogyny. I, … More Spotted: Glasgow Uni Library – Opinion
During exam time, the library is a, for lack of a better word, zoo. And, like so many others I know, I spend my fair share of time on the internet: trawling Facebook and twitter, taking countless BuzzFeed quizzes, watching videos on YouTube, stumbling upon ridiculous websites. The emergence of the ‘Spotted’ pages has been … More Spotted: Glasgow Uni Library – Tackling the Issue?