Sean Anderson
So you've finished your exams, or dropped out and didn't do them, or whatever. Let's get down to business and enjoy the summer. We're going to publish one article a day, each day for the whole month of June, offering recommendations on how to make the most of it.

Day 1: Five cycling day trips by Dasha Miller

Day 2: TV that's almost as good as the Wire by Sean Anderson & Oliver Milne

Day 3: Go to the Edinburgh Film Festival (20th June – 1st July) by Sean Greenhorn

Day 4: Travel around Europe on the cheap by Olivia Vitazkova

Day 5: Try some cheap, amazing indie games by Harley Grant

Day 6: Go hillwalking near Glasgow by Ben Colburn

Day 7: Do a short summer course and learn something new by Shona McCombes

Day 8: Hunt for jobs! by Jessie Lawson

Day 9: Read up on the Recession - and how to end it by Euan McTear

Day 10: Check out the Glasgow School of Art degree show by Marcus Peabody

Day 11: It's time to give classical music a try by Calum Morrell

Day 12: Get on a boat, go see an island by Michael Comerford

Day 13: Five great music festivals, and five ways to enjoy them by Jean-Xavier Boucherat

Day 14: Let the Rain Come Down / Down, Down, Down by Lucy Hansen

Day 15: Visit a distillery: learn chemistry, get pished on the cheap by Ruaraidh MacIntyre

Day 16: Bake your way to bliss by Laura Stockwell

Day 17: Watch Europe crumble by Oliver Milne

Day 18: Venture to the biggest & best park in Glasgow by Alice Hockey

Day 19: Give real nightclubs a go by Simon Bryan

Day 20: Stay up all night, and at 4am ... by Shaun, Sean, Dasha & Oliver

Day 21: Brain Pickings summer reading list 2012 by Maria Popova

Day 22: Go for a ride on public transport by Tommy Gore

Day 23: Enjoy some Czech cinema by Sam Beaton

Day 24: Do something fun with the Arduino by Andrew Back

Day 25: Go to the Glasgow Jazz Festival (27th June – 1st July 2012) by Paul Towndrow

Day 26: Doon the watter: to the Ayrshire coast with ye! by Fraser Sutherland

Day 27: Have a real pint by Ellie Munro

Day 28: Take up the most rewarding of pastimes: photography by Tommy Ga-Ken Wan

Day 29: Try reading somewhere different by Amy Westwell

Day 30: Get curious with Radiolab by Sean Anderson

Homepage photo by Tommy Ga-Ken Wan.

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