As the days of Christmas rolled by and the realisation that having a social life reliant on countryside buses wasn’t contingent with the holiday timetable, I found myself in the company of Milo, my cat, for more hours than I’d care to admit. While the hours of our interactions mount up, I find myself struck … More Is my Cat a Psychopath?
If you didn’t read the above title in the voice of Cliff Richard, then I assume that the next few months aren’t your favourite in the calendar. However, regardless of whether you consider yourself a modern-day St. Nick or a bit of a Scrooge, Christmas will be happening this year. I myself fall somewhere between … More Christmas time: balance low from wine?
I don’t know how most people meet the love of their life, but I think even for the 1930s my grandparents story is unusual. My grandparents met in 1938 aged eleven; my grandfather recalls vividly being taken by ‘a fair-haired girl with golden skin’ to see the newts in the pond and he claims he … More The Caldecott Community
Being a student is no mean feat. The pressures we feel pushing on us from the outside are great, be they looming deadlines, the pressures to socialise, wondering “what comes next”, dealing with student loans that barely cover rent never-mind cost of living, and of course the stress of figuring out “who you are” – … More G-YOU’s Pledge: We Will Talk About The Black Dog
Hello and welcome to the Glasgow University Union! Sat at the foot of University Avenue we are proud to be the hub for the student social life on Campus! With four amazing committees, and a board full of dedicated students, we are all here to make your time at University as memorable and fun as … More The President’s Welcome
A year ago, almost to the day, Theresa May came back from a walking holiday in Wales and decided to call a snap General Election. I could scarcely imagine just how much her decision that day would turn my life upside down to such an extent that I am now writing this article from my … More Alumni Column: Paul Sweeney MP
Our generation is lazy. Our generation is self-entitled. Our generation are snowflakes. We can’t survive without the steady, satisfying shimmer of a screen. An hour without internet and all hell breaks loose. We’ve lost respect for ourselves, others, and most importantly- anyone who’s not us. Well, that’s what some would have you believe, anyway. … More Talking ’bout Our Generation!