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Bollywood Stars

14th September 2020

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Jarvis Cocker

14th September 2020

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Covid-19’s attack on the arts

14th September 2020

Anton Ferrie discusses how Covid-19 has impacted creatives within the theatre industry. As the economy contracts and the chancellor’s shiny investment plans seem to have stalled, the culture sector is still without clear investment or an ability to plan ahead. Theatre venues, without the insurance guarantee that has offered certainty to film and television as ...


Review: Tenet

14th September 2020

Ed Fernandez tries to wrap his head around Christopher Nolan’s latest Rubik’s cube of a film. Tenet is a movie laden with expectations. Christopher Nolan’s reputation as a cinematic craftsman precedes him. Responsible for many of the must-see cinematic experiences of the last two decades, Nolan has repeatedly delighted, shocked, and immersed audiences with his ...


How will freshers’ hookups work in 2020?

14th September 2020

Wearing a mask during sex has been given a whole new meaning. Packing up your life and moving from the protection of your parental home to the squalor-cum-chaos of university halls brings with it a whole host of hitherto unexperienced freedoms for the new fresher. Not least does it mean no longer will there be ...


Welcome to your new home

14th September 2020

Features Columnist Morgan Carpenter gives new international students a guide on how to survive the culture shock of moving to Scotland and coming to Glasgow. International students, you have finally made it. You have arrived at University, in a whole new country to explore! You’re navigating a new adventure that only a few people will ...


Freshers’ guide to the music in Glasgow

14th September 2020

“As this year shapes up to be a somewhat non-traditional induction to University life, a handy guide to Glasgow’s music scene may be just the thing for new students.” Ah, Freshers’. As a home student, I wasn’t privy to the true entertaining hellscape that is Freshers’ Week, which could be cited as the most important ...


International students still face issues in returning to study in the UK

14th September 2020

Despite UK borders being open and universities welcoming students to campus, international students continue to face problems regarding travel restrictions. International students returning to the UK are found to be facing problems with the processing of their study visas.  In response to the problem, UK universities and advocacy groups are trying to make provisions for ...


UofG during Covid: your questions answered

13th September 2020

A look at many of the different questions students have asked and what we should be asking. As a new academic year begins, and we all adapt to the new normal of University, many still feel confused about what this year will look like. We decided to find out the answers to the questions on ...


Review: Zeros by Declan McKenna

13th September 2020

Declan McKenna’s highly anticipated Zeros strikes the right chord for fans of Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust, but how does it compare to his powerful debut album?  At just 21-years-old, Declan McKenna’s rise has been nothing short of meteoric. First turning eyes as the winner of the 2015 Glastonbury Festival Emerging Talent Competition, the millennial rocker has ...