Zara Grew reviews The Tron’s latest Dickensian production – with a Glasgow twist…
Is ‘your friend’ going through a bad breakup? Are they struggling to keep up with uni work? Or maybe they’re too scared to confront their flatmates about the mould growing in the kitchen? Lifestyle Editor Rachel Cronin dishes out fully unsolicited advice on relationships, uni and anything in between.
In the first instalment of her new monthly column, Strath Union President Eva Curran tells us what’s been going down behind the scenes, as she recounts her time at Fresher’s Week 2023.
Jess Corfield (she/her) gives us a run-down on the Travel Society and Engineers with Beers’ sold-out Oktoberfest social that took place last Tuesday.
Stephen Ramsay discusses the city of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde’s history with the atlantic slave trade.
Nitika Khattar shares her opinion on the recent social media debates surrounding The Roman Empire.
Zara Grew explores how the cost of living crisis could be shutting young people out from Glasgow’s art scene.
Nabaz Aziz reviews an extraordinary Kurdish novel which ruminates on life, love, politics and power.
Leah Buist reviews the new Glasgow based indie rock band, The Accolades.
Evie Shields had the chance to hear a sneak preview of DMA’S fourth album, How Many Dreams?, a project she describes as a unique fusion of rave and Britpop.