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Glasgow Uni Offers Exploitative Social Media “Scholarship”

Students are consistently told that they should do unpaid internships if they want to be able to get a “proper” paid job when they graduate. Besides the fact that it “looks great on your CV” and helps you “gain essential work experience”, it’s also very convenient labour that companies don’t have to pay for. 438 more words

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Film Review: The Death of Louis XIV

In association with the French Film Festival

Catalan filmmaker Albert Serra’s latest work, a drama tinged with a dark sense of morbid humour, chronicles in minute detail the final days of France’s greatest ever monarch; the Sun King, Louis XIV. 325 more words

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Campus Controversy Over "International Men's Day" Event

An independently organised event due to take place on the 19th of November at the Queen Margaret Union for International Men’s day has attracted controversy, due to comments posted on the personal Facebook accounts of student organisers. 585 more words

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qmunicreate #02: Beginnings and Endings

Our latest anthology of creative writing from students at the University of Glasgow, in 6 parts under the theme of Beginnings and Endings:

Extract from a Lost Chat Log… 46 more words

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Extract from a Lost Chat Log

If I could talk to you now

I would ask why, at thirteen,

you scored the word fuck

on your wrist with the head of a pin; 220 more words

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Arts Review: The Homeless Library

St Alywn Building, 6th October

Narratives of homelessness so often emerge from an external perspective – the ‘normal’ members of society either condemning the persistence of homelessness or the homeless people themselves. 302 more words

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Time To Put The African Sleeping Sickness To Bed

A huge collaborative effort of our University of Glasgow has enabled researchers to find that African Trypanosomiasis, more commonly known as African sleeping sickness, is also transmitted by the skin. 324 more words

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