Yeah, it’s worse than you thought. After the recent G-7 summit, Loren DeJonge Schulman, the Deputy Director of Studies at The Centre for a New American Security (CNAS), stated that the other G-7 countries had finally reached the conclusion that many Americans had reached 6 months ago: Trump’s foreign and domestic policy is not just … More My unpopular opinion of 2018
Ten boats. Ninety-one students from Glasgow Uni. The lapping waves of the Ionian Sea and lots and lots of ouzo. What could possibly go wrong? Each summer Glasgow University Sailing Club and Summer Sail Week work in partnership to create a week of partying hard in the open sea. The destination rotates between Corfu and … More GUSC Take Greece: Summer Sail Week 2018
It’s that time again; the work sweepstakes, the Coca Cola adverts and the sticker books are back. The 2018 FIFA World Cup begins in only a matter of days and I can guarantee that reading that statement brings about one of three reactions. 1) Excitement. You’ve waited for this for the last four years, your … More The Importance of the “Beautiful Game” in 2018
Music for me is a sort of life blood. From a young age I have been involved in choirs, orchestras, and bands. I played and sang anything from baroque classics, to jazz standards. Unfortunately, I then decided to fall down a mountain and that pretty much hampered my ability to hold my instruments up for … More A Personal Performance with Kaleido Club
Love Island is a national phenomenon. Everyone from Stormzy to Jeremy Corbyn was commenting on the goings on in the Villa last year, and at its peak 2.9 million viewers watched Kem and Amber take the crown in last year’s final. Anything with this level of exposure is bound to attract some criticism, but Love … More Love Island: Villa Villains?
Glasgow is plastered with numerous large-scale murals, from the squirrel poised on a skull under Kelvin bridge to the hip hop marionettes in the city centre, it is widely agreed that these pieces are a great addition to the city. I use the word ‘mural’ because this is how the council likes to refer to … More Street Watch: Playing it safe – Glasgow’s graffiti
Nearly 30 years on from the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, when the city was freed from the divisions of competing ideology and rigid government, Berlin has transformed into a bright city of cultural diversity, creativity and youth empowerment. A city in which different creeds and ideologies clash and mingle and a sense … More Berlin – model city for cultural integration and diversity