This year has changed everything, especially for those students who were meant to be going abroad as part of their degree.
Two trans women tell their stories about continuing social stigma and how this affects the mental health of Scotland’s trans community.
Then need of team sport in order to be truly happy.
Part 2 of our Black History Month special…
It’s not easy to make a solid mental connection between the Glasgow of today and the Glasgow of the colonial era
By Massimo Castelli Moving into Student Halls is a nerve-racking and exciting experience for all students who make […]
Student life during a global pandemic.
An opinion article by Orla McCarthy, sharing her views on the current situation in the university.
In recent weeks, the phrase “Migrant Crisis” has drifted from the backwater of Nigel Farage’s YouTube channel straight into the rapids of mainstream political discourse. Regrettably, the story associated with this phrase has picked up neither nuance nor relevant context on its voyage into the public eye.
There is no doubt that the education sector in the UK has come under immense pressure in the recent months. Now as we approach the dawn of a new semester at the University of Strathclyde, everybody is wondering how much things will have changed.