10 fun facts to celebrate Burns’ Night

Today (25 January) is the day we celebrate Scotland’s national treasure; the man who put our humble country on the map, whose words and poetry have been heard and celebrated all around the world. No, not Rod Stewart (our adopted son). That’s right, we’re talking Robert Burns.

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Today (25 January) is the start of Lunar New Year, otherwise known as Chinese New Year – 新年快乐, Happy New Year! 2020 is the Year of the Rat, but what does this year have in store for you?

Go the extra mile with a career at Aldi

With over 800 stores, a career with supermarket chain Aldi comes with plenty of opportunities. An apprenticeship or graduate programme with Aldi could help you go the extra mile.

Managing your mental health at work

We’ve all had days where we just couldn’t face the thought of getting out of bed and heading to school, uni or your part-time job. It happens to the best of us.

Grab a free burger with the Hard Rock Cafe

There’s no doubt about it – January is definitely the worst month of the year. It’s dark, cold, wet and it’s no longer acceptable to play Christmas tunes. What’s even the point?

General Election: everything you need to know about polling day

Tomorrow (12 December), is the day the country will head to polling stations to vote for the new government. Maybe this is your first election, or maybe you just need a refresh on what happens on the day? Either way, we’re bringing you a rundown of everything you need to know about polling day for […]

Dream big with the Scottish Institute for Enterprise

Remember when you were little, and adults would ask ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’ When did that turn into ‘what do you want to do when you graduate?’ As we get bigger, our dreams often seem to get smaller, but that’s no reason to let a conventional job market define […]

Flying high with a career in the RAF

You don’t have to fly to be in the RAF. With over 52 roles on offer, a world of potential (quite literally) was opened up to Josh Taylor when he left school to join-up.

INTERVIEW: The power of YouTube with Nina Nesbitt

Last night (25 November), YouTube hosted a workshop in Glasgow, giving the next generation of aspiring Scottish music artists, businesses, and music students the chance to learn how they can use YouTube to build a career.

General election: everything you need to know about the parties

As you might have heard already, on 12 December, we will be heading out to the polls, to take part in a general election. Today (26 November) is the deadline to register to vote. But motivating yourself to vote can be especially difficult if you’re unsure about what the different parties are offering. We’re breaking […]

INTERVIEW: Dodging Hypersonic Missiles with Sam Fender

Since rocketing onto the scene in 2016 Sam Fender has been making waves in the music industry. Emma Storr talks growing up, staying grounded and Hypersonic Missiles with the Geordie star ahead of his sold out gig tonight (25 November).

Could working abroad with Camp America enhance your CV?

Gaining work experience abroad looks incredibly impressive on your CV. Programs like Camp America immerse participants in another culture and allows them to gain important life skills that employers actively look for in the workplace.

General election: Why you should register to vote

So, you might have heard something about a general election in recent weeks? That’s right – in less than three weeks time, the country will be making a return to the polling station, to vote for who we want to see in government.

Top 5 activities to do in Glasgow

November is drawing to a close, if you’re a fresher studying in Glasgow you can no doubt look back fondly on two months packed full of making friends, wild nights out, numerous alcoholic beverages, countless noodles and beans on toast and maybe a couple of hours of actual studying.

Become a paramedic with Queen Margaret University

Are you interested in a career in healthcare where you make a real and immediate difference on the frontline? Do you want to study at a university that prepares you for a career, not just your first job? Queen Margaret University’s new degree in Paramedic Science could be perfect for you.

Safety first this Bonfire Night

Every year, we celebrate Bonfire Night, to remember the actions of Guy Fawkes, and his attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament over 400 years ago.

The best budget costumes this Halloween

Halloween is, without a doubt, the best holiday of the year. But, getting the perfect costume that will not only wow, but doesn’t break the bank, is crucial. Here are our top spooky costumes.

INTERVIEW: Hitting the road with Plested

Plested has penned some of pop music’s biggest hits – Touch by Little Mix and Hollywood by Lewis Capaldi to name a few. We caught up with him, ahead of the release of his new single The Least That I Could Do (10 October)

Satisfaction guaranteed with Two Door Cinema Club

Two Door Cinema Club’s upbeat tunes have been the soundtrack of many a summer – this one included. We caught up with bassist and synth player, Kevin Baird, to find out about the band’s love affair with Glasgow.

Our fave YouTuber Zoe Sugg is answering your smear test questions

If, like us, you’ve been following Zoe Sugg since she started her YouTube channel in 2009 you’ll know her for vlogging about life, beauty, mental health and her pug, Nala. Now, our fave YouTuber is shedding light on an experience women will all go through: smear tests.

How to leave your summer job

As the summer holidays come to an end (cry), you might be starting to think about your summer job and, more specifically, how to leave.

Interview: The High Expectations of Mabel

It’s been a whirlwind year for Mabel, with two top-10 singles and a new album already in the bag. Saskia Harper caught up with the singer-songwriter, to chat success, self-love, and staying true to yourself.

Talking rock and roll with The Amazons

TRNSMT is well-known for featuring some of the hottest bands of the moment. Opening the Main Stage on the Sunday was The Amazons. We sat down for a chat with the band to find out where they get their inspiration and the true meaning of rock and roll.

Going worldwide with TEFL

Maybe you opened your results envelope and didn’t receive the grades you were hoping for. But don’t worry, because there are exciting opportunities out there, leading you on the path to your next adventure. If you’re looking for a gap year experience that allows you to see the world, gain some life experience, and educate […]

University: Preparing for higher education

Leaving home to start university or college can be stressful. You have to do your own washing (what?!), make new friends and try not to get lost on your way to class. We’ve rounded up our top tips to prepare you for higher education.

Picking up the phone for support this results day

Everything you’ve been working towards, have been nervous for and have worried about is finally here: results day. If you open the envelope and don’t see what you would like today, there’s a team ready to offer you advice and support.

TRNSMT Special: Doing damage with Sea Girls

One thing is for sure: Sea Girls are setting sail to exciting places. We caught up with lead singer, Henry Camamile and guitarist, Rory Young, to chat all things TRNSMT and their return to Glasgow in October, to play Tenement Trail.

TRNSMT Special: Making an impact with Tom Grennan

If you managed to catch Tom Grennan’s TRNSMT set on Sunday (14 July), count yourself very lucky indeed. We caught up with the man himself to chat about his love of Glasgow and got the exclusive scoop on new music…

TRNSMT Special: Five minutes with Circa Waves

Ahead of their headline slot at the King Tut’s Stage on the final day of TRNSMT 2019, Source caught up with Circa Waves, to chat all about their festival highlights, the latest album, What’s It Like Over There? and, of course, naked breakdancing.

The real cost of fast fashion

Fast fashion is a term coined to explain the growing trend of cheap, high street clothes. But, with such a cheap price tag, what is the hidden cost?

Beat the application blues

If you’ve applied for university or college, chances are you’re starting to hear back about your choices. But, what can you do if the news isn’t exactly what you’d hoped?

Getting ready for festival season

It’s shaping up to be another exciting summer, with warm weather and good tunes on the way. Grab your sunnies, your flower crowns and your best pal, because this is going to be a festival season to remember.

Getting connected during Carers Week 2019

This week (10 – 16 June) is Carers Week, where we celebrate all the hard work done by carers across the country, and push for more awareness about the challenges facing carers. The theme for this year’s week is encouraging more carers to get connected.

Giving back this Volunteers’ Week

This week (1-7 June) is Volunteers’ Week, where we celebrate the hard work done by volunteers around the country, and encourage others to get involved.

INTERVIEW: All in with the LaFontaines

The LaFontaines have spent years perfecting their unique sound, resulting in the band’s best music to date, in the form of a brand-new album. We caught up with frontman, Kerr Okan, to find out all about the new album, Junior, and how to make an impact in the hectic music industry.

Kickstart your career with the RAF

At the Royal Air Force (RAF), there are roles for everyone, depending on strengths and experience. We caught up with an Intelligence Analyst (Linguist), to find out more about the top secret role, and why you should apply.

TRNSMT Special: Let’s dance to The Wombats

Long standing Liverpudlian band, The Wombats formed back in 2003 and are no stranger to the spotlight. Hot off the back of their UK and European tour, the trio are preparing for a summer of festival fun.

Love Island: The new contestants have arrived

It’s less than one week until Love Island is back on our screens and we’re counting down the minutes. We’ve got the inside scoop on this year’s contestants, but are any your type on paper?