Post-grad degrees “go against improved social mobility”

A recent study has highlighted a rise in “educational inequality” in Britain as the majority of those who go on to study for postgraduate degrees are coming, increasingly, from richer backgrounds. The study, undertaken by The…

Muscatelli on Western Infirmary site redevelopment

Guardian: What would you personally like to see done with the Western Infirmary site? Muscatelli: I think it’s important that it’s not just the Western Infirmary site, and that’s why when we started the campus vision…

Female debaters victims of misogyny at GUU

Two female speakers, who had made it to the Final of this year’s GUU Ancients Debate, were  reduced to tears after a number of misogynistic comments were yelled out by hecklers in the audience. Marlena Valles,…

SRC President position uncontested in March elections

GUSRC have announced the candidates for March’s council election of both sabbatical and non-sabbatical positions. Two of the four sabbatical positions will be uncontested. President and VP Student Support both have only one student…

The intricate world of Cordwainer Smith

In this second of some personal pieces presenting, for a general audience, science fiction literature, Ross Hetherington sails through the unique future history of Cordwainer Smith. What does the future hold for human beings? No one…

Those crazy Finns and their crazy sports

The perks of exercise are well-known and the variety of sports to try in Glasgow is large, and still you haven’t found the one, the sport for you. Maybe the gym machines…