Whether you’ve just newly moved to the city, or are a veteran Glaswegian, it’s always fun to be a tourist. So, whatever your experience, here are six day-trip ideas for exploring what Glasgow’s cultural scene has to offer. Plus, they’re all free! Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of … More Six free day-trips to go on in Glasgow
We really are spoiled for choice in Glasgow as every month, the city plays host to hundreds of different creative culture events, many of them free and often on the campus doorstep. With that in mind, here is a round-up of some more obscure options to keep an eye out for… Lady Balls Bingo @ … More Glasgow’s Quirkier Event Scene
As the madness that is Fresher’s Week comes around again for another year, it is easy for fresh-faced first-years to feel overloaded with information about life here at Glasgow. Between all the sports fairs, union events and campus tours running throughout the week, vital knowledge could well be missed. Picture the scene. A young GUSA … More Your Complete Guide to the Best Drunk Scran around the West End
Hannah Burgess The refugee crisis burst onto our TV screens and filled all manner of journalistic publication over the summer but has received far less attention over the past few weeks. This is not to say that because we don’t see these images daily that problem doesn’t still exist. This is an ever evolving issue. … More Uncharted Territory
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
We’ve all noticed the health obsessed, cleanse crazy hashtags bombarding our Instagram feed, updating us all just how great they feel on a #juicecleanse because after all #youarewhatyoueat. Having recently opened so close to the university, The Juice Garden seems to be quite the hype in this social media frenzy, with big names such as … More Healthy is the New Sexy
GUCFS 2015 was an incredible success. Glasgow Uni’s Hunter Halls were bursting at the seams with students and models alike, and the afterparty was ON A BOAT no less, prompting reams of students to burst out The Lonely Islands hallowed lyrics. I couldn’t help it either. Check out our photos from the show, capturing the … More GUCFS in Pictures
Annabeth Wilson With Valentine’s Day practically on our doorstep already, the fear may have set in for many of you on how to treat that special someone in your life. Worse still, your bank account is probably in its own personal pit of despair. WORRY NOT MY FRIENDS! The official list to ensure that your … More Be My Budget Valentine..?
Junebug is a new band from Glasgow, composed of one woman leading four men, with a classic set-up of two guitarists, one bass player, a drummer and a singer. Now you know a bit about them, let’s get down to the gig. Or at least down the stairs of Nice’n’Sleazy.
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, has a lot going for it. But it seems that when you live somewhere you sometimes become less aware of all the amazing things the city has to offer and you settle into daily life. It’s easy for Glasgow University to become your whole life and for you not to realise … More Rough Guide to Culture in Glasgow