Katherine Prentice



Our top kid-friendly Halloween films

23rd October 2021

Katherine recommends suitably scary, not scarring, flicks for children for the Halloween season. It’s October, which means binge watching horror movies at my flat, and watching Tim Burton and Hocus Pocus with my sibling. My sister, like many, isn’t a big horror fan, and prefers to watch films that feel spooky, but without the jump ...


Lifestyle Listens

19th October 2021

Katherine and Genevieve are The Glasgow Guardian’s new agony aunts! I lost a lot of friends during the year because I haven’t been able to keep up with people online. I really miss my friends, but I don’t know how to get better at replying to messages and I feel like I’m always behind with ...


Setting boundaries: Your physical and mental health

16th October 2021

In the first instalment of ‘Setting Boundaries’, Katherine Prentice helps us to navigate the boundaries surrounding our own health and that of others. Writing this, I feel like a bit of a hypocrite; I have spent years taking on too much, and putting myself in situations that were too much for me, physically or mentally. ...


Superstition and spirituality

15th October 2021

Is this the answer to our fears? I have always been a very superstitious person. Wearing wooden jewellery, saluting magpies, and throwing salt over my shoulder are all things that are now second nature to me, but possibly infuriating to others. It’s something I have inherited to an extent from my parents. I wasn’t raised ...


Nominations open for SRC autumn elections

25th September 2021

Students have the chance to represent fellow students with a variety of positions up for grabs. Nominations for the SRC Autumn Elections are now open until 4 October, with 14 positions available for both undergraduate and postgraduate students to represent their fellow students with a seat on the Student Representative Council (SRC). All students will ...


Slow and steady wins the race

21st September 2021

Lifestyle Editor Katherine Prentice offers her advice on pacing yourself at university If you’re anything like me, the start of a new academic year is thrilling, especially your first at university. New pens, new diary, new timetable and a head full of ideas about the outfits you will wear on nights out with new friends, ...


Matchbox Cine presents Shelf Life (1993)

23rd August 2021

Matchbox Cine facilitates post-lockdown cinema watching this month with a hybrid in person and online screening of Paul Bartel’s early 90s drama comedy Having attended many online events over the last year, including film screenings and festivals, it is obvious that they are in some ways, shockingly, better. Being a disabled film fan, accessibility is ...