Education, not corporatisation

The University must get its priorities right and reevaluate its corporate strategy The University of Glasgow has, in recent years, become more and more of an international corporation in the eyes of…

Uber to begin operating in Glasgow

The controversial mobile-based taxi company Uber has made plans to begin operating in Glasgow, despite facing problems in other major cities around the world. The smartphone app-based taxi company have applied for an office…

Waverley line disruptions

Commuters travelling on Scotland’s busiest railway line between Glasgow and Edinburgh face severe disruption, as it has been announced that the direct line between Glasgow and Edinburgh will be shut for six weeks over…

University commits to gender quota for governing bodies

The University of Glasgow has pledged to ensure that women hold at least 40% of positions on its governing bodies. The assurance was provided after the chairs of Scotland’s 18 higher education institutions committed…