2011 October



Views: Liam Fox’s Glasgow past

12th October 2011

Henry Bell Beloved Glasgow alumnus Dr Liam Fox has launched an inquiry into himself and will present his findings to the PM. It will most probably focus on why his friend and former flatmate came with him to meetings with the Sri Lankan President and Defence Secretary, what he was doing posing as an advisor ...


Murdered student: ‘please don’t let me die’

10th October 2011

Kirsteen Fraser of Glasgow Update The High Court in Glasgow today heard the pleas of two men accused of the murder of University of Glasgow student Reamonn Gormley. Daryn Maxwell, aged 23, admitted murdering the nineteen year old, after having his plea earlier in the year for culpable homicide rejected by the Crown office. Maxwell ...


Glasgow run riot in the rain against sorry Strathclyde

10th October 2011

Petya Todorova Glasgow 5 – 0 Strathclyde Glasgow Womens Hockey Club hosted Strathclyde in the first BUSC game of the season at the Garscube, with the home side securing an emphatic victory over their city rivals. They went into the match as firm favourites having hammered the same opposition 7-0 in a friendly during ...


qmunicate FoI reveals tensions among SRC Sabbatical Officers

9th October 2011

In a story first published by qmunicate, the QMU’s magazine, emails obtained through Freedom of Information laws show that SRC President Stuart Ritchie has suggested keeping the SRC’s Vice President Media & Communications, Iain Smith, in the dark. In an email to Susan Stewart, Director of Glasgow University Corporate Communications and a member of the ...


MyCampus: Just 42% of postgraduates enrolled

6th October 2011

Just 42% of full-time postgraduates enrolled are in the new MyCampus system. Academics say “entire project appears to have been driven by the SMG’s need to control and command us more effectively”. University Senate will today discuss a report on the implementation of the new MyCampus system. The paper, submitted by David Newall,Chair of the ...