Five Strathclyde students have been selected to compete on BBC’s University Challenge 2017. In the programme, students from […]
Welcome, or welcome back, to Strathclyde! Life may seem fantastic as the new semester commences, but over here in this corner, everything isn’t so rosy – it’s depressing and we are talking green.
For many of us starting university means moving out for the first time. Whether you are staying in halls or renting out a room in a shared flat, you have the chance to decorate your own space.
I’m at that age where acquaintances from secondary school are tying the knot left, right, and centre, and all I’m committed to is getting eight hours of sleep every night and convincing everyone I meet to invest in a bike. You, dear reader, are my most recent target.
Starting off in a new city can feel daunting – even though we do have Google Maps now to help navigate through the narrow streets of Glasgow.
After all, who doesn’t love the fusion of a humanoid-moth?
What seems to be new, and has come to light with the release of Taylor Swift’s 6th album Reputation, is a legitimising “fan experience” where you have the opportunity to buy tickets for her live shows, dependent on how you interact and use yourself as a promotional vessel for the release of the new album.