Over to you: Aimee Thorpe on COVID and mental health

Well, this year definitely didn’t go the way you originally planned. From exam fiascos, months out of school to cancelled summer holiday plans, what happened to 2020? Young Scots share their 2020 on pause.

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Club Spotlight: the literary magazine

When you get started at college or university, it’s a great idea to get involved with clubs and societies to broaden your horizons, expand your social circle and discover new activities that you enjoy. For budding writers, Quotidian, the literary magazine running out of Strathclyde University and accepting submissions from students Scotland-wide, is a great starting point. Editors Melissa and Stephen told us a bit more about the magazine.  What is Quotidian all about? Melissa: Quotidian is a literary magazine – we publish fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. The theme that we are looking at in Quotidian is the theme…

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Carrie Hope Fletcher

Juggling her book release, performing in Les Misérables in the West End and making YouTube videos for half a million fans, Carrie Hope Fletcher (little sister of Tom from McFly) is probably one of the busiest 22-year-olds out there. Carrie took some time out of her busy schedule to talk about her brilliant career so far Congratulations on your new book – are you pleased with the reaction? Completely, it’s been absolutely insane so far! I’m extremely pleased, it couldn’t be going better. What’s the book all about? It’s called All I Know Now, because it’s about everything I know now compared to when I was a teenager, when I…

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