Drab Majesty’s latest release is an ode to a tragedy barely covered by the press outside of the States.
As comedy-drama motion pictures go, the majority normally feel forced in both their comedic and dramatic aspects, rendering them nearly unbearable. ‘The Last Word’ is an excellent refreshing contradiction to this common notion.
God’s Own Country is the directorial debut of Yorkshire born actor Francis Lee where Johnny (Josh O’Connor) working on his family’s farm turns to binge-drinking and casual sex as a form of escapism.
If you’re reading this, it’s too late. You’re a student reading this (probably), about to be sucked into another new year of academia. Welcome!
There is a palpable excitement in the air, as we await for 20-year-old Lewis Capaldi to take to […]
I’m going to open this piece with a relatively personal piece of information. This year – I lost two members of my immediate family in the space of 7 months.
Two Strathclyde graduates have excelled in the Sports Innovation Challenge, and were rewarded £4,000 each for their prospective projects.
Product Design Engineering graduate, Merlin Kafka, was awarded with the Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow’s Prince Philip Prize.
In a turn of events beyond even his own wildly vivid imagination, 25 year-old Springboig-born “shoe-selling extraordinaire”-cum-written-raconteur Chris […]
Okja is the story of a young girl named Mija (An Seo Hyun) who faces the threat […]