A tale of one city: contrasting European nights for Glaswegian giants

8th October 2019

Max FergusonWriter Rangers left empty-handed in Bern while Celtic take revenge against CFR Cluj Glasgow suffered mixed fortunes during a rainy Thursday evening. Celtic took revenge against CFR Cluj, exorcising the demons of their Champions League qualification by beating the Romanian champions 2-0 at Celtic Park – whilst Rangers, playing away in Bern, lost against ...


Scotland bounce back emphatically with bonus point victory against Samoa

5th October 2019

Jamie ByrneWriter After a much-needed bounce-back victory following their abject defeat to Ireland, Jamie Byrne looks at how Scotland achieved their emphatic 34-0 win over Samoa. With Scotland receiving a scathing judgement after a dismal performance against Ireland last week, it was going to take a hell of a lot to put a smile back ...


Scotland fall miserably at first hurdle against Ireland

28th September 2019

Jamie ByrneWriter With the worst possible start to Scotland’s Rugby World Cup campaign out in Japan, Jamie Byrne takes apart just what went wrong in Yokohama. The International Stadium of Yokohama was to be the host of what would be a totally contrasting display between the two sides, both that were going into the match ...


Yes, eSports are sports – and here’s why

20th September 2019

Katrina WilliamsDeputy Culture Editor – Books From Warcraft to Overwatch, eSports has grown into a global phenomenon. Up until recently, bringing up eSports in any sort of sports-related discussion would be considered a mockery by the masses. However, as the popularity of eSports rises worldwide – with the industry making over $900 million in revenue ...


Don’t stay on the sidelines

17th September 2019

Andrew QuinnDeputy Editor-in-Chief Glasgow University is not particularly well-known for its great sports facilities or clubs. Instead, it is famous for being one of the ancient Scottish universities, and many believe that it has a real focus on the arts. However, the abundance of opportunities to play sport is one of Glasgow University’s strongest assets. ...


Rugby World Cup Preview: Scotland

16th September 2019

Alexandra Bullard Writer A fourth-place finish in 1991 is the only time Scotland have gone beyond the last eight in eight attempts. Cast your mind back to 2015. Who could forget that controversial 80th-minute Australian penalty which denied Scotland a place in the last-four against Argentina? With rain pouring down unabated, I still get cold ...


GUSA’s niche societies

15th September 2019

Dylan TuckSports Editor The University of Glasgow’s Sport Association (more commonly known as GUSA) have a great deal of sporting opportunities for students to take part in. Be it the more run-of-the-mill team sports like football and rugby, to individual performance sports like tennis and badminton. But what if you don’t want any old regular ...


Sports for a laugh

4th September 2019

Dylan TuckSport Editor Not everyone who joins a sports society is up for getting all competitive. A lot of the time, it can be nice to have sports as a hobby, or an outlet for when times get stressful and you want a bit of a distraction. So while the main sporting societies will get ...


Thinking about Celtic’s Champions League exit

20th August 2019

  Michael Conway Writer Following Celtic’s shock exit at the hands of CFR Cluj, Michael Conway reflects on what this means for their season, and for Scottish football. Celtic’s departure from the Champions League qualifiers is a gutter, not just for the team itself, but for the entire league. Currently, Celtic are the only team ...


Champions League: brits abroad

29th May 2019

Ruairidh Barlow Writer 3-0 and in all likelihood, tie over. Liverpool and Barcelona had conjured up an exhibition worthy of a Champions League final, but after a flurry of missed chances from Liverpool’s star cast, it was Barcelona, or more accurately Messi, that received the plaudits. In Spain, the feeling was growing that it was ...