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The Story of Wrapping Up Journalism Project

The perks of doing what you love are you will push yourself to the very best you can and work at the most excellent way as possible. 488 more words

Life In Glasgow

A day in Glasgow

28 hours of consecutive air travel (with no sleep) isn’t conducive to a fun day of exploring, but I sure gave it a good crack. 526 more words

Travel

Review: Flight- Stuart MacPherson

Part of Cryptic Nights

Photo: Martyna Maz

Cryptic  have long been an asset to Glasgow’s art scene. For the last eight years, their cross-disciplinary Cryptic Nights… 275 more words

Lorna Irvine

The Tintagel slate

The slate was found on the island at Tintagel in 1998. I believe it reads

  1.   MAV E
  2.   †
  3.   PATERN
  4.   COLI AVI FICIT
  5.   ARTOR GNOV
  6.   COLI…
  7. 269 more words
I Paternus Known As Arthur

GUHH take Madrid

After months of very hard training (ha!), two weeks ago it was finally time for me to go to Madrid with the Hares and Hounds… 930 more words

Year Abroad

The simple things - a haphazard post

This might sound like a bit of a vent but I would like to put my thoughts out to my online diary. Of course, I am grateful to be able to live a busy life with a solid path mapped out in my university career etc but when it overtakes the simple pleasures you can realise how much you take for granted. 382 more words

Milo Yiannopoulos, Free Speech and Glasgow University (The Huffington Post UK)

I only ever dipped my toe into the water of student politics. For some it is a serious, passionate conversation, for others it is a vague annoyance you encounter on the way to a morning lecture. 852 more words

Opinion