It’s Sexual Health Week and the theme of this year is consent: a topic that underpins all conversations about relationships and sexual health and wellbeing. We take a look at healthy relationships, and how to maintain them.
As Freshers Week comes to a close, the excitement of starting uni, maybe even moving to a new city, is starting to wear off. But just because classes start next week, it doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Here are a few student loan-friendly ways to spend your free time in Glasgow, if you’re […]
Glasgow’s freshers were welcomed to the city with a two-day festival in George Square, despite the arrival of Storm Ali.
Scottish teenagers are invited to attend events around the country aimed at preparing them for the world at work.
2018 marks ten years of the Girlguiding UK Girls’ Attitudes Survey. The survey asks girls and young women aged seven-21 their opinions on growing up as a girl.
Last night (29 August), rapper Kendrick Lamar took to the stage for the final night of Summer Sessions, closing the event in style. This year, performers included The Wombats, Kings of Leon, Peace, Catfish and the Bottlemen and, of course, headliner Kendrick Lamar. Gates are open and the sun’s out for @catfishandthebottlemen at Bellahouston Park […]
Last night (23 August), the shortlist for The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award 2018 was announced at BBC Quay Sessions in Glasgow. All setup and ready to go at #bbcquaysessions for our #SAYlonglist18 announcement LIVE tonight on @bbcradioscot Join us from 9pm A post shared by The SAY Award (@sayaward) on Aug 23, […]
Get student accommodation ready with this amazing competition from Croydex… This year Croydex has a fantastic bundle lined up for one lucky winner! To enter you must be following either their Twitter, Facebook or Instagram account (or all three to enter multiple times!), share their competition post, and details which university or college you’ll be […]
Queen Margaret Business School offers undergraduate courses which are continuously updated and relevant to the changing international business environment. Teaching and research in the School is distinctive in three ways: It focus on providing the optimum balance of theoretical and practical approaches, with strong industry links It emphasis on the need for ethical, social and […]
Our generation (16-25 year olds) are accused of being ‘snowflakes’; being too sensitive to offensive statements and less resilient than previous generations. One of the major accusations is that we are too fragile. In the age where many universities have now offered “safe spaces” and “cry closets”, for students who want to escape ‘microaggressions’, are […]