Check out some of the Glasgow Uni Movember participants and their final moustaches before the razor was dragged out of the bathroom cupboard again.
In the chronicles of the world, 1971 was an ordinary year. Few ripples here and there and that’s it. The world population rose by 2.1%, the highest increase in any single year. After years of negotiation between the industry and the government, the United States finally banned cigarette advertisements on radio and television. Seabed Treaty, … More A Country Called Bangladesh
Anna Nodward-Seigel’s skilful keyboards introduced Ross Wylie’s Frank, whose eponymous protagonist displayed great dexterity of accent and sung beautifully in a manly baritone that belied his tender years – and I loved his invitation of audience participation to help out with a highly forgettable TV celebrity. His portrayal of a gauche teenager in a Superman … More New Works by StaG
From the moment I sat down, I was so admiring of the jungle stage setting by colourful battens and streamers (all over the block rocks, tree limb stairs, towering trunks and treetop boxes) that I only became aware of the wild beast hidden in the undergrowth by the SHHHH of a watchful teacher warning her … More Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book
In the aftermath of American whistleblower Edward Snowden’s election as Glasgow University’s rector, there has been a swathe of disgust, frustration and downright condescension posted on social media sites by students. These range from individual posts lamenting a loss of faith in the student body as a whole, to Facebook pages already campaigning for a … More A Publicity Stunt Of The Best Kind
All opinions displayed here are personal, and do not represent the views of the SRC. I arrived at the rectorial election results late; just after Edward Snowden had been announced as the new rector of Glasgow University. Students were already leaving in crowds, looking disappointed, and looking round the Bute Hall, nobody looked particularly happy. … More Snowden: A Poor Decision
I can’t really complain about the election of whistleblower Edward Snowden to the position of Rector because I didn’t bother to vote. I didn’t even bother to look at the other candidates and their manifestos and any information that was relevant to the election. I’m a politics student who failed to do one of the … More The Joke Is On Everyone