2018 August



Sisters are doin’ it for themselves

9th August 2018

Amy Rodgers Deputy Culture Editor – Art I have a game I play with my friend when we are looking at line-ups for an art event. It’s called “Spot The Female Artist” and it’s usually a very difficult game. While it is true that the number of writers, comics and performers who are men at ...


Scottish Government to make up Glasgow Rape Crisis funding shortfall

9th August 2018

Georgina Hayes Editor-in-Chief The centre recently lost a grant from BBC Children in Need, forcing it to close its waiting list The Scottish Government have announced that they will provide an extra £35,000 to Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis after a funding grant from BBC Children in Need was not renewed. The decision comes after ...


Glasgow Rape Crisis forced to cut some essential services after grant non-renewal

8th August 2018

  Georgina Hayes Editor-in-Chief The decision has forced Glasgow Rape Crisis to close its waiting list for any new survivors hoping to get support Glasgow Rape Crisis, a support service for women and girls who have been raped, sexually abused or assaulted, have announced that they have had to close their waiting list for any ...


Football must come out

8th August 2018

Andrew Quinn Sports Editor “Men’s football is a bit behind culturally, and should take inspiration from others. The women’s game is a great example.” I have felt quite empty for the last few weeks. I’ve found myself not knowing what to do in the evenings as I sit and flick through television channels as I ...


QMU to host live music event to combat racism

5th August 2018

  Bronagh Kate Deputy News Editor “Love Glasgow Hate Racism” boasts an impressive lineup including Mick Horgan, The Exiles, Joe Solo, The Wakes and Los Fastidios Queen Margaret Union are to host a live music event tonight titled “Love Glasgow Hate Racism”. Organised by the United Glasgow Football Club and the Glasgow St Pauli Supporters ...


Students lose loans after SLC assesses their social media

2nd August 2018

Tara Gandhi Deputy News Editor SLC examined the social media profiles of “vulnerable” students for evidence of contact with their parents Minutes from meetings at the Student Loans Company (SLC) have lead to accusations of unfair assessment of “vulnerable” students, resulting in the loss of loans and even forcing some to drop out of university. ...