Social Media and Mental Health

New survey results have rated Instagram as the worst social media platform when it comes to affecting young people’s mental health – according to The Royal Society for Public Health. A poll of 1,479 people aged 14-24 were asked to rate which of the five most popular social media platforms they felt had the most […]

Festival Lights Out

As sexual assaults at music festivals become more common, many leading events set to take place this summer have blacked out their websites as part of a new initiative. More than 25 festival websites will be blacked out for 24 hours today (8 May) to raise awareness of sexual assaults. The Association of Independent Festivals […]

Students should stop worrying about work

Students and their families are being encouraged to stop getting “too fixated” on finding a job after university by the former head of UCAS, Mary Curnock Cook. Speaking with The Telegraph in her final interview before stepping down as the head of UCAS at the end of this month, Curnock Cook believed that focusing on […]

The UK’s best social student cities

That time of the year is swiftly coming around again – which university are you going to choose? Obviously, the course and future career prospects are high up on the list – and so is nightlife, who you’re likely to meet and all the other cool/important stuff. Thankfully, the nice guys over at Globehunters have gone […]

Student Voters: The Lowdown

As we all dusted off the joys of partying/binge watching Netflix over the bank holiday weekend, Prime Minister Theresa May dragged us back to reality. On Tuesday, Theresa announced a snap general election for 8 June of this year to ensure Brexit is a “success”. Cast your mind back to this time last year where […]

Submissions open for Scottish Album of the Year

Musicians have until the end of this month to submit an album to the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Awards for the chance to win a cash prize. The people or person behind the winning album will collect a prize of £20,000 at the ceremony in Paisley, with nine runner-up prizes of £1,000 each […]

Shock announcement: T in the Park considering under-18 camping ban

T in the Park bosses have dropped some really big news and we can’t stop talking about it. DF Concerts and T in the Park boss Geoff Ellis have confirmed that T in the Park is back – but not as you know it. When the event returns, the campsite may be over-18s only for summer […]


If you weren’t one of the hardcore film fans that stayed up all night to watch this 89th Oscars ceremony – don’t worry we have you covered. Let’s run down Oscar 2017’s best moments – from the LOLs, the politics to the epic muck-ups. Things got awkward real quick… First things first. If you need […]