Preview: No! by Pablo Larrain

Director Pablo Larrain’s latest work ‘No!’ documents the events immediately preceding the landmark 1988 Chilean plebiscite, which would ultimately lead to the first democratically elected Chilean government in 17 years. The referendum called for the people…

Stop rape campaign launches on campus

The SRC recently hosted a ‘We Can Stop It’ campaign event, a campaign created by Strathclyde police to change attitudes towards rape, at its annual Welfare Week. The campaign aims to encourage people to start taking…

GU makes £90,000 in library fines

The library at Glasgow University made over £90,000 in library fines between September 2011 and December 2012. Only 3.8% of this money was used to replace lost books. This statistic has come to…

SRC vote to ban page three

The Student’s Representative Council (SRC), in December, took a vote to sign a petition which aimed to remove The Sun‘s page 3. The campaign is run through the website change.org, and is asking Dominic Moran to “drop…

Driving tests to be offered on campus

Car parts and bike retailer Halfords has struck a deal with the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) to become the first private sector organisation to host cost-effective, practical driving tests, with a hope to carry out said…

Police warn of cash machine tampering

Strathclyde police have once more issued a warning to those using cash machines in the West End, following evidence of various machines being tampered with. A student from Glasgow University recently contacted the SRC after a…

Graduate pressure to have clean Facebook profiles

Recent research has revealed that using social networking websites could be detrimental to graduate job prospects if ‘inappropriate’ photographs appear on pages, with the infiltration of potential employers to the media realm. One in…