october



You May Have Missed: October

18th December 2021

Olivia Marrins highlights some records from this past October that may have slipped under the radar. October saw the release of many highly anticipated albums such as Music Of The Spheres by Coldplay and Lana Del Ray’s Blue Banisters. However, I would like to review the albums which fell a little under the public eye ...


World Changers in Focus: October

17th November 2021

 A deep dive into the world-changing research by Team UofG. Headlines were made for “World Changing Glasgow” this month when University of Glasgow alumnus David MacMillan won the Nobel Prize in chemistry. The Glasgow Guardian covered his success at the time, but this instalment of our World Changers column takes a look at some of ...


‘Girls Night In’ campaigns for female boycott of nightclubs on Thursday 28 October

19th October 2021

Girls Night In’s media campaign are asking women to stay in on Thursday 28 October in protest of nightclubs “refusing to take seriously people’s safety”. A new social media campaign is asking females across the country to boycott clubbing on Thursday 28 October in protest of nightclubs and other venues not taking the protection of ...


The Modern Institute review, October 2020

30th November 2020

Art Columnist Archie Gibbs reviews The Modern Institute in Glasgow’s autumn programme. The Modern Institute reopened with two separate shows from New York based artists, Anne Collier and Julia Chiang, respectively. Rejoicing at the opportunity to finally visit a gallery in person for art existing outside of my laptop, I headed down to see the ...


What to stream this October

26th October 2020

Some film recommendations from our Film & TV Editor for the spookiest month of the year. It looks like streaming will take the place of guising this Halloween. These horror films are all available on popular streaming services, and will keep things scary in your household on the 31st!  Sisters (1972), Amazon Prime Video An ...