A Look at the Political Groups on Campus

Student years have long been associated with, amongst a suitable quantity of debauchery, being socially and politically active. Almost every revolution has a paragraph somewhere about a group of drunken students hatching plans for a better tomorrow. However, the one thing that all these groups have in common is just that, they are groups. So, … More A Look at the Political Groups on Campus

Electionwatch 2015

Huw Clarke It’s less than five months until the general election and the result is close to impossible to call. Opinion polls are in constant flux and there is a strong likelihood that no party will be able to achieve a majority. This is all symptomatic of the severe problems pushing the British political system … More Electionwatch 2015

A Publicity Stunt Of The Best Kind

In the aftermath of American whistleblower Edward Snowden’s election as Glasgow University’s rector, there has been a swathe of disgust, frustration and downright condescension posted on social media sites by students. These range from individual posts lamenting a loss of faith in the student body as a whole, to Facebook pages already campaigning for a … More A Publicity Stunt Of The Best Kind

Snowden: A Poor Decision

All opinions displayed here are personal, and do not represent the views of the SRC. I arrived at the rectorial election results late; just after Edward Snowden had been announced as the new rector of Glasgow University. Students were already leaving in crowds, looking disappointed, and looking round the Bute Hall, nobody looked particularly happy. … More Snowden: A Poor Decision