24th May 2019 - The Glasgow Guardian

Is living at home really worth it?

24th May 2019

    Rory Mullen Writer The term “student experience” is one eminently fraught with difficulty. Whether drawn from across the Atlantic or somewhere as exotic as Cumbernauld, most students here will have felt it incumbent upon them to make the most of their time at university: in other words, to maximise their student experience. Seemingly, ...

There’s little Pride in Ariana’s return to Manchester

24th May 2019

  Tara Gandhi Investigations Editor   Being from Manchester is probably my biggest personality trait. I never shut up about it, and the day I don’t obnoxiously yell “Manchester band” whenever Oasis/Blossoms/The Smiths/every other good band play, is the day you know there’s something seriously wrong with me. So, when the worst thing happened in ...

Eating disorders and Ramadan: where do you draw the line?

24th May 2019

Anonymous Writer Ramadan marks the month of the year during which Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and engaging in sexual activity from sunrise to sunset. The fasting aims to foster feelings of gratitude for what we have, and empathy for those that are less fortunate than ourselves. Fasting is also meant to ...