Rebecca is a 21-year-old Welsh girl currently studying for a Masters in Investigative Journalism at the University of Strathclyde. She’s a film buff and music geek with a slight obsession with labrador puppies and a passion for journalism, hoping to be writing for a big magazine one day.

Review: Billy and Me – Giovanna Fletcher

Being embarrassingly a little bit too in love with McFly for a 22-year-old, I have been envious of Tom Fletcher’s wife Giovanna for many years. Especially after that wedding speech *sigh* (if you haven’t seen Tom’s wedding speech, do yourself a favour and head over to YouTube immediately!). However, I didn’t really know that much […]

REVIEW: Mark Owen – The Art Of Doing Nothing

The Art Of Doing Nothing by Mark Owen is the singer/songwriter’s fourth solo album and his first since Take That reunited in 2006. The album is bound to attract a lot of attention based on Take That’s monumental success in recent years and so I was looking forward to seeing for myself whether it could […]

REVIEW: Paper Aeroplanes – Dawn O’Porter

Paper Aeroplanes is the debut fiction novel by the wonderfully hilarious journalist Dawn O’ Porter. Formally known as Dawn Porter, she is famous for her eyebrow-raising, brutally honest documentaries where she has explored a number of typically taboo subjects including polygamy, breast cancer and even Dirty Dancing. Besides being married to comedy hunk Chris O’Dowd […]

REVIEW: OneRepublic – Native

OneRepublic’s third album ‘Native’ has been on the scene for just over a month now, but having just got my hands on it I’ve decided to do a little review for you guys. OneRepublic were one of my first profile songs on good ol’ MySpace back in the day and so I have a massive soft […]

REVIEW: Olympus Has Fallen

Gerard Butler. Sold. I don’t care what the plot is about or who else is in it… I will go and watch any film starring Gerard Butler. When I saw the trailer and realised Morgan Freeman was in it too I quickly decided that Olympus Has Fallen was an absolute must-see. Dishy bloke… Check. The […]

INTERVIEW: Glasvegas

World Record Store Day is a celebration of independent record stores in the UK and America. On Saturday 20 April, Glasgow’s very own independent music retailer Love Music celebrated World Record Store day with over 400 new record releases and a free gig with live music from some of Scotland’s finest. These included the cover […]

Managing student debt

We’re in a recession, and there is no way of avoiding it. High street stores are closing left, right and centre and finding a job appears harder than ever. Your education is one way to single yourself out when it comes to job-hunting, but unfortunately knowledge is not free. Though here in Scotland we’re lucky […]

REVIEW: Bastille – Bad Blood

Internet sensation Bastille is the brainchild of singer/songwriter Dan Smith, who is joined by three other members for the band’s live performances. Smith’s strong South London accent resonates clearly through the album and his voice occasionally bears a ridiculous likeness to that of Josh Franceschi of You Me At Six, which in my humble opinion […]

How To Play The UCAS Waiting Game

Don’t sweat it guys – you’re going to absolutely ace your exams this year! Like we told you before, if you put in the work, your exams will a piece of cake. There’s absolutely nothing to worry about- Or at least, this is the attitude we wish we could. Although here at Source we have a sneaky […]