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Five days of Nigella

18th February 2024

Eve tries 5 days of cooking Nigella’s Recipe of the Day At the start of the year, I had 30,000 emails in my inbox. Since then, I have created a filter that deletes every email with “unsubscribe” in it (even the seemingly endless LinkedIn job alerts have relented). Now, only one subscription slips through: Nigella’s ...


Rector candidates discuss the campaign

18th February 2024

Confirmed candidates to be the next University of Glasgow Rector have spoken to The Glasgow Guardian. As the election for the next Rector of the University of Glasgow approaches, four of the candidates have given exclusive interviews to The Glasgow Guardian to discuss their unique pitch to students and the big issues which are motivating ...


Exclusive: UofG sued by star professor’s former startup in dispute involving intellectual property

16th February 2024

While not a party to the lawsuit, Prof Lee Cronin, described as ‘real-life Rick from Rick and Morty’ is a character integral to understanding the nature of the legal battle. The University of Glasgow has been taken to court by Deepmatter, once one of the University’s highest-profile spin-outs, in a dispute involving the company’s original ...


Cinematic tragedies: The decline of interest in The Zone of Interest

9th February 2024

Exploring the horror of cinema in Glazer’s The Zone of Interest. The Zone of Interest opened in UK cinemas for a limited run on the 2nd of February. At your local Cineworld you won’t be able to watch it after the 15th, leaving our theaters and minds just in time for the romantic season. But, ...


From invasive crayfish to comedy stardom: in conversation with Dr Zara Gladman

16th January 2024

Emma Currie chats to Dr Zara Gladman about her work as a scientist and rise to fame in the Scottish comedy scene. For those who haven’t frequented Scottish TikTok or Twitter over the past few months, Zara Gladman is a Scottish comedian who has reached the dizzy heights of online viralness for her ‘West End ...


I worked security at a David Icke event – It was as troubling as you’d expect

16th January 2024

An inside report from the elusive underbelly of conspiracy theories I arrived, glad to be stepping out of the Uber which had taken a sweaty and uncomfortable 45 minutes in the Friday rush hour traffic. It was raining softly and I could already see the queue for this mysterious unknown speaker growing, it stretched and ...


Glasgow needs a mayor

13th January 2024

Scotland’s largest city seems to have lost its political swagger In 1994, John Major’s Conservative Westminster government was set on re-organising Scotland’s water services, in preparation for privatisation. The Strathclyde Regional Council—representing the former local government region which then incorporated Glasgow—disagreed. Aiming to prove its point, the Council organised a po...