21st October 2015 - The Glasgow Guardian

“Charles Kennedy would have had a blast” – Ian Duncan MEP reflects on the Kennedy memorial debate

21st October 2015

Ian Duncan MEP On Friday 25 September, I found myself in the Glasgow University Union Debating Chamber. It had been a while. My last foray had not ended well. In my defence, it was over twenty years ago and I was wearing a scarlet gown at the time, as St Andrews students do. For those ...

Review: A Century of Style: Costume and Colour 1800-1899, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

21st October 2015

Agnes Checka Writer As an art lover without any particular interest in fashion, upon entering Kelvingrove’s Costume and Colour exhibition, I wasn’t sure what to expect. However, after seeing the array of vibrant, stunning pieces in all their glory, I have to admit that fashion is not to be dismissed as inferior to any other ...

Review: ‘A Quiet Inquisition’, Document Film Festival

21st October 2015

Kirsty Conway Culture Editor What happens in a country where women have no right to an abortion, regardless of circumstances?   ‘A Quiet Inquisition’, shown on the opening night of the Document International Human Rights Film Festival in Glasgow, highlights this question that urgently needs to be addressed. In seven countries in the world, women ...