Top 10 money making degrees

Debates over the cost of tuition in England are ongoing and while we are fortunate to receive free tuition, it’s hard not to wonder what will make you the most money.

Trick or treat: The origins of Halloween

Candy, costumes and pumpkin carving might come to mind when thinking about Halloween, but the history of the ghoulish holiday might not be what you expect. Discover the traditions behind the holiday and get inspired.

Opening up this World Mental Health Day

Today (10 October) is World Mental Health Day. It is estimated that approximately one in four people will experience a mental health problem, and 4,500 people die by suicide in the UK each year.

Having a chat with Lewis Capaldi

Since he shot to fame in 2016, Lewis Capaldi has played TRNSMT twice, had two headline tours and supported Sam Smith. We caught up with the Scottish singer-songwriter to talk new music, writing songs and social media.

To the stage with Tom Grennan

Gritty, powerful, honest and soothing, all mixed together with flair and some seriously cool fashion sense: Tom Grennan is here to stay. With his debut album Lighting Matches released in July, Tom is preparing to take his raucous live shows to the masses. Contrary to Chase and Status’ 2016 dance smash All Goes Wrong featuring […]

5 places for Glasgow freshers to visit this week

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 […]

Charity launches emoji jukebox

Scottish charity See Me Scotland has launched the world’s first emoji jukebox, aiming to help young people open up about their mental heath.

Summer Sessions comes to a close

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 […]

SAY Award shortlist announced

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, […]

Competition Time: Win a uni bundle from Croydex

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 […]

Have you thought about studying management at Queen Margaret University?

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 […]

Best five beaches near Glasgow

The school year is over and the weather is some of the warmest the UK has seen in the past few years. What better way to enjoy it than to escape the city for a bit and go on a trip to the beach?

Money series: all about student loans

If you are about to head to university or college you will likely be receiving some form of student loan, grant or bursary, but what do each of them mean and how do you pay back your student loan?

Being Fearless to help a friend in need

The summer holidays are here and that means no classes until August. For you, the summer holidays might be the highlight of the year, but it’s important to look out for your friends that might not feel the same.

Money series: all about ISAs

At Source, we know that money can be a confusing topic. Over the next month we’ll be talking about everything from ISAs to apps to make it a little easier.

Why are we called Generation Snowflake?

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 […]