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A Letter A Day... Alex

As promised, here’s letter number two. I received it on February 12th from Alex. 

Alex’s letter

Multiple Sclerosis

The Hypocrisy of Privacy

In 2012, a man – nicknamed the ‘Hollywood Hacker’ – was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for both possessing and sharing nude images of Mila Kunis and Scarlett Johansson. 809 more words


NOTICE: Apply now for Chevening/Glasgow Partnership Award

The Chevening Secretariat is proud to partner with the University of Glasgow to co-fund ten Chevening/Glasgow Partnership Awards available to candidates froma selection of countries. 531 more words

Chevening/Glasgow Partnership Award

Album Review: FKA Twigs - LP1

Like many of the most enchanting albums, FKA Twigs’ debut can wash over you at first. There’s just nothing to latch on to.

The album is simply titled LP1. 191 more words


Off to CERN!

Report from Mr Law

Congratulations and good wishes to Aidan Coates from Our Lady’s High as he begins final preparations for his trip to CERN. As a winner of the Ogden Trust/Glasgow University,“Elementary”, competition earlier this year he will be fortunate enough to gain experience of areas less accessible to the general public. 278 more words

Visits And Trips

An Air of Optimism?

I posted an article earlier on the BBC’s IndyRef Debate that took place last night, but it was mostly a synopsis of the debate itself. The debate, whilst interesting, was long and complex and I felt it needed a bit of a post of its own; but what I am most interested in is something entirely different. 871 more words

Scottish Independence

Arts Review: Edwin Morgan's Dreams and Other Nightmares

Dir. Andy Arnold, Tron Theatre, 24th July – 2nd August

The 2014 Commonwealth Games did much more for Glasgow than to showcase international athleticism. They also opened the doors for some fantastic Scottish theatre, showcasing the best of Scottish culture to a captive audience, perfectly evinced by the Tron Theatre’s Edwin Morgan’s Dreams and Other Nightmares, a play which biographies one of Scotland’s great poets, written by another, Liz Lochhead. 280 more words