Uber dangers

The saturation of American imports over the past half-century or so has given we lowly islanders a mixed bag to make do with. For the better part: cheeseburgers, ‘90s RnB, the Chevrolet Corvette and…

Muscatelli is owed an apology from The Tab

The Tab, the bane of journalism and the antichrist to facts, yet again misses the big picture. In a recent article they stated that Anton Muscatelli, the University’s Principal and Vice Chancellor “has been…

Education, not corporatisation

The University must get its priorities right and reevaluate its corporate strategy The University of Glasgow has, in recent years, become more and more of an international corporation in the eyes of…

Glasgowmania Insane Championship Wrestling

“I-C-Dub! I-C-Dub! I-C-Dub!” The phenomenon of Insane Championship Wrestling has humble beginnings, and yet, at their Barramania show on 29 March a press conference was held to announce that their annual Fear and Loathing…

Review: North of the Wall

Saturday the 28th of March saw Glasgow University’s very own Morgul host their twice successful North of the Wall festival for a third time. Having commandeered the Classic Grand the day was to be packed with…

Uber to begin operating in Glasgow

The controversial mobile-based taxi company Uber has made plans to begin operating in Glasgow, despite facing problems in other major cities around the world. The smartphone app-based taxi company have applied for an office…

Waverley line disruptions

Commuters travelling on Scotland’s busiest railway line between Glasgow and Edinburgh face severe disruption, as it has been announced that the direct line between Glasgow and Edinburgh will be shut for six weeks over…