2019 July



Preview: Amelia Bayler’s “Emotional Bangers”

30th July 2019

Amy Rodgers Writer The Glasgow Guardian has a chat with Amelia Bayler, ahead of her first full run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Amelia Bayler has been on the comedy circuit for quite some time and is – with what seems like at least one gig per night – one of the hardest working comedians ...


Preview: We Out Here Festival and the UK’s burgeoning jazz scene

29th July 2019

Amy Rodgers Writer We Out Here Festival is the latest move by Giles Peterson in his mission to make jazz more accessible Going to a festival in its inaugural year is risky business. The logistics of running one are complex and it can often take a couple of years to sort out the inevitable teething ...


QMU failing, according to QMU

28th July 2019

Bethany Woodhead Editor-in-Chief “Failing” and “in decline”; QMU releases damning internal report The Queen Margaret Union’s own strategic report has shown that less than half of University of Glasgow students have a positive perception of the union, and that it has been in financial decline for five consecutive years.  The strategic plan, released this month ...


Spotlight on: Addiction

14th July 2019

Anonymous Writer Eight months ago, at the age of 24, I quit all alcohol and drug use after years of struggling with both substances. I write the following for two reasons. Firstly, to make coherent – for myself – what has been a very messy and confusing road up to this point. I also write ...