Love coming up with your own brunch creations or dream of the day you get to become your own boss? Laurie Macmillan has turned both into a reality. We speak to the Café Strange Brew founder about her path to owning multiple businesses and her favourite thing to make in the kitchen.
Don’t miss out: the newest issue of Source – Scotland’s leading student title, is here! Read the spring issue online now.
Singing in private, to busking in Dublin’s musical epicentre, to selling out tours worldwide, Dermot Kennedy has a hold on music. Lorne Gillies discovered the power behind Dermot’s rise to glory.
Education and discussions on mental health are imperative, and one charity is working to help make tiny changes to your mental health.
The BSc Adult Nursing course the at University of Stirling could be your perfect career path. We speak to Graeme, a third year student on the course.
You don’t have to fly to be in the RAF. With over 52 roles on offer, a world of potential (quite literally) was opened up to Josh Taylor when he left school to join-up.
Last night (25 November), YouTube hosted a workshop in Glasgow, giving the next generation of aspiring Scottish music artists, businesses, and music students the chance to learn how they can use YouTube to build a career.
Since rocketing onto the scene in 2016 Sam Fender has been making waves in the music industry. Emma Storr talks growing up, staying grounded and Hypersonic Missiles with the Geordie star ahead of his sold out gig tonight (25 November).