Students at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) have had very limited access to essential studio spaces since the start of the pandemic a year ago. Many have resorted to carrying out risky design practises, such as welding and woodwork, unsupervised in their bedrooms.
By Massimo Castelli Moving into Student Halls is a nerve-racking and exciting experience for all students who make […]
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.
Something that’s been music to the ears of an industry worth £1.2 billion: The Highlands and Islands tourism industry. But is the music as sweet however for the Highland and Island locals?
Students at Strathclyde share their experience with racism due to the coronavirus.