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Manifesto Analysis: SRC School of Chemistry Rep

13th October 2021

Deputy News Editor Ollie Rudden analyses the manifestos of the two students running for the role of School of Chemistry Rep in the SRC autumn elections, for which voting commences on 14 October. Grace Cleasby Grace is a third-year chemistry student who has been fairly active with the SRC, has been a class rep for ...


Study finds students feel uninformed about their post-school options

11th October 2021

Students cite “lack of education” and “in-depth” information when making choices on employment and education after sixth form or college. Research conducted by Careermap, a UK-based company offering opportunities for young people in education and employment, has found large swathes of young students felt uninformed about their post-school employment and higher education opportunities. Nota...


Brexit impedes start of the semester for School of Modern Languages and Cultures

11th October 2021

The Glasgow Guardian sits down with Professor Stephen Forcer, Head of the University of Glasgow’s School of Modern Languages and Cultures (SMLC), to discuss how Brexit has impacted the start of the new academic year. The Glasgow Guardian: What exactly have the problems experienced this year been? Have some language assistants been unable to obtain ...


Glasgow School of Art students file lawsuit against the institution

19th September 2021

The Glasgow Guardian speaks to one of the students pushing for legal action. A group of postgraduate students at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) are filing a class-action lawsuit against the institution following their “unfair and callous” approach to the Master’s students studies during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Glasgow Guardian spoke to Harriet, one ...