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Former Glasgow University geography lecturer accused of sexual harassment  

26th October 2021

CW: Mentions of sexual abuse, harassment, and grooming. As part of their “Degrees of Abuse” investigation, Al Jazeera reveals that senior lecturer in geography, Dr Ian Shaw, has been the subject of sexual harassment complaints by four different women.  An investigation by Al Jazeera, as part of their “Degrees of Abuse” series, has reported sexual ...


Glasgow restaurants commit to zero-waste dining during COP26

22nd October 2021

From 12 October until 12 November 2021, a variety of local pubs and restaurants will participate in the Plate Up for Glasgow initiative with the aim of actively reducing food waste. Scheduled to coincide with the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference, the month-long Plate Up campaign is piloted by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce in collaboration ...


SRC autumn elections: what happened at hustings?

14th October 2021

SRC autumn election voting is now open! Here’s the overview of last night’s hustings… The Glasgow Guardian covered last night’s SRC autumn election hustings, which saw students competing for a variety of committee positions have their say on what changes they would bring to help their fellow students at the University. Voting is now open, ...


Winter graduations to take place this year as UofG confirms commitment to hold postponed graduations

13th October 2021

This winter will mark the first time on-campus graduations take place since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Following the postponement of in-person graduations since the Covid-19 outbreak, winter graduations are scheduled to take place on campus this year between Monday 29 November and Friday 10 December 2021. Additionally, the University of Glasgow has confirmed ...


‘Fight like hell’: Inside Glasgow’s Youth March for Climate Justice

29th September 2021

Climate protesters march through the streets of Glasgow weeks before the city will host the UN Climate Change Conference On Friday, 24 September, the voices of approximately 1,000 mask-wearing protesters rang loudly through the streets of Glasgow, as activists of all ages marched from Kelvingrove Park to George Square in support of Fridays for Future’s ...


Scotland’s largest free festival of history and culture to return in September

16th September 2021

Free cultural events will take place across the city over the course of a week The popular Doors Open Days festival is returning to Scotland for 2021 this month and will take place in Glasgow from 13-19 September. As the country’s largest free celebration of places and heritage, Doors Open Days offers everyone living in, ...