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In defence of the “live below the line” campaign

Originally published in the Glasgow Guardian

As I write this article, representatives of the four student bodies are coming to the end of the Live Below the Line challenge. 612 more words

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David Bowie: Are Mourners Jumping on the Bandwagon?

Originally published in the Glasgow Guardian, Issue 4 2015/2016

As the news of David Bowie’s death from cancer broke last Monday morning, the inevitable social media storm ensued within minutes. 891 more words

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Corbyn’s problem with women

Originally published in the Glasgow Guardian

The Labour Party’s first Shadow cabinet reshuffle since Jeremy Corbyn took on the leaderships was always going to attract considerable media attention. 873 more words

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Sobriety is an increasingly common lifestyle choice, not just a fundraising gimmick

Originally published in the Glasgow Guardian, Issue 2 2015/2016

“Are you not drinking tonight?”

Since the new academic year began, I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been asked this question as I stand at the bar, ordering my new drink of choice, a J2O. 665 more words

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Skeletons in the Closet: Necropolis Vandalism - New Glasgow Guardian Article Out Now

A few weeks ago, I reflected on historic and contemporary vandalism and disrespect to Glasgow’s famous Necropolis — one of the city’s most iconic, haunting examples of Victorian-era culture and the palace of the dead — considering how it has changed and commenting on its cultural significance. 476 more words

New Glasgow Guardian Article Out Now: "Glasgow protests Trump's Muslim Ban"

At the end of January, I covered Glasgow’s two protests of Trump’s ‘Seven Nation Ban’ — or ‘Muslim Ban’ in a much more ‘newsier’ style than is typical of my past work for the Guardian. 508 more words

"Literature's Role in a Digital Tomorrow": First Publication in the Glasgow Guardian

I have recently published my first article in the Glasgow Guardian (the University of Glasgow’s student newspaper) as a features contributor, titled “Literature’s Role in a Digital Tomorrow: Glasgow University is still a “World of Words”, an interview with Dr. 378 more words