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.
Now that another academic year is about to start, it’s time to reflect on the real value of university education and degrees, and whether it is still appropriate to award honourary degrees to people who haven’t had to pour their blood, sweat, and (literal) tears into them.
When I first arrived in Glasgow two years ago, there was only one thing I knew for sure – I wanted to avoid Italians.
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