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My spirit no longer fights, and I’ve let everything fall apart;

My rationality does not ignite, it has no maps left to chart;

This brig is sturdy and strong, it’s gates are tightly locked; … 52 more words


14 May 1841 - A quiet day

Friday, May 14th

There was little wind. It was very quiet and the little wind present was not favourable either. Over the last twenty four hours we crossed seventeen miles and are now at a distance of ninety miles from the grounds. 54 more words

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Crit returns to campus

by Craig Wright

One of the university’s biggest sporting events of the year returned to campus on April 3, as Stirling Bike Club’s annual Crit on the Campus took over the university grounds. 439 more words


16 April 1841 - A French flag

Friday, April 16th

Today more of this stiff breeze, we are on a set course of north north-west.

The brig I have mentioned yesterday has been in sight well into the afternoon, it showed us the French flag. 77 more words

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Students' Union pushes for plastic bottle tax

The Stirling Students’ Union has said it will push for a bottle water “tax”, to encourage students to be more considerate of the environment.

The Bottle Tax Campaign will see an additional 5p added to the cost of a bottle of water, following the Scottish Government’s decision to impose a 5p tax on plastic carrier bags, which has seen sales decline by 80% in some areas. 276 more words


Brig it On! Switzerland

We weren’t planning to go to Brig, but to be truthful, there wasn’t much to do in Fiesch and we had obviously failed to see the glacier… 157 more words


Sporting Snapshots - Conference Cup Special

Hannah McNicol captures the best action from a busy day of sport at BUCS Conference Cup Finals day in Dundee.