Glastonbury 2017 – the best bits

It came, it saw, it conquered – and just like that, this year’s Glastonbury is over in a blaze of colour, amazing songs and more than one memorable moment. While we were enjoying Glasto from the comfort of our own homes – props to the BBC for the amazing coverage – there was loads going […]

Bless this Kasabian House

Celebrating their fourth number one album and their beloved football team Leicester City winning the Champions League, on the outside it seemed like Kasabian were on a high back in 2014. For guitarist Serge Pizzorno, it was the best year of his life; for singer Tom Meighan, it was the worst. Lorne Gillies caught up […]

New on Netflix…June 2017

Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson 1 June It’s the surname we all know, but how much truth do we know behind Robert Kardashian’s involvement in the infamous OJ Simpson murder case? The show will document what happened to OJ Simpson’s overnight bag – including contents that are still unknown to this day – […]

The Lowdown: Studying abroad

Former exchange student Mikhaila Friel reveals everything you’ll learn while studying abroad. How to Face Your Fears This time last year, I had just been accepted to study abroad in the US. This was the most exciting thing to ever happen to me – but also the scariest. I had never felt these two emotions […]

The alternative UK university city league table

Today's agenda: stunningly beautiful yard and terribly distracting autumn #glasgowuniversity #november #inlovewithsun A post shared by Ann Malova (@damnit_ann) on Nov 4, 2016 at 6:40am PDT If you’re thinking about applying for higher education, there’s nothing wrong with aiming high. But before you fill out that UCAS application to Oxford or Cambridge, there are some things you […]

How to… Get work experience

Whether it’s your mum breathing down your neck, a requirement for school or you just think the time has come, looking for work experience can be a mission and a half. If you’re not lucky enough to have some pre-arranged placements fired your way by teachers or tutors, or the industry you want to work […]

The Best Protest Signs From The Global Women’s March

Mondays ain’t so bad when you realise how incredible the weekend was. On Saturday, a reported 50,000 people travelled to D.C. to showcase their support of women’s rights. But they weren’t alone. Across the world, hundreds of sister marches took place in cities all over the globe. Over a million people came together to raise a collective […]

Twin Atlantic Gig Review

  Our favourite Scottish band, Twin Atlantic,  took to the stage on Tuesday night to play one of three sold out gigs at the legendary Glasgow venue, the Barrowlands. Despite the boys being offered a night at the SSE Hydro, they opted instead for three night at one of Britain’s most beloved music venues. The […]