The campaigns are set up to address hate crime, change campus culture, and reform the curriculum to be more representative of BAME and Black students.
The agreement includes several calls for action to create “a culture of support” at Strathclyde.
Union reps speak out on the University’s handling of the Kevin O’Gorman case.
Fees are higher than Glasgow and Caledonian.
Strathclyde research associate Dr Holly Butler wins Scotland’s largest academic start up competition ‘Ready, Steady, Pitch!’ with CLinSpec […]
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By Naina Bhardwaj, News Editor The government’s watchdog has issued a warning to students about the dangers of […]
By Rebecca Cook Five of the universities on Scotland have ranked within the top 200 universities in the […]
By Justin Bowie Students across the UK are suffering from a £250 shortfall each month due to the […]