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When banning songs creates blurred lines

Published 4 October, 2013 at https://glasgowguardian.co.uk/2013/10/04/when-banning-songs-creates-blurred-lines/

Now that has your attention, let me get something clear – I hate the song ‘Blurred Lines.’ It’s derogatory towards women, the lyrics do nothing for a society trying to combat ‘rape culture’ and I was pleased when I discovered that Edinburgh University Union had decided to ban the song.   829 more words

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University overcharging compulsory graduation fee

Published in issue 3, 26th November, 2014

The Glasgow Guardian has discovered that the University of Glasgow is overcharging students who are about to graduate with their compulsory membership fee to the General Council. 722 more words

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Call to activism

Published 30 November, 2014 on https://glasgowguardian.co.uk/2014/11/30/call-to-activism 

The 16 days between 25 November and 10 December don’t particularly stand out for any specific reason. Students will be starting to feel the first twinges of pre-exam panic and Christmas is quite literally around the corner. 976 more words

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Animal experimentation doubles in 6 years

Published 23 July, 2014 


Glasgow Guardian has discovered that the use of animals in scientific testing at Glasgow University has more than doubled in 6 years. 294 more words

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