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University grants SRC funding for two new positions

6th May 2022

The extra money will allow the SRC to introduce an extra Advice Worker and a Gender-Based Violence Counsellor. The Student Representative Council (SRC) has secured extra funding from the University of Glasgow to fund two new student support roles. The money will provide a new full-time advice worker, who will begin working in the new ...


PODCAST: Election Analysis

2nd March 2022

As election voting continues, and although Jenna Fraser couldn’t be available for a live interview, Multimedia Editor Fraser McFarlane quizzed her on her manifesto, her stance on the recent UCU strikes, and whether her lacking SRC experience is a quality that runs in her favour, or otherwise. Click here to listen....


PODCAST: Election Analysis

2nd March 2022

Rinna Väre is running for SRC president this election season, and with a year’s experience as this year’s Gender Equality Officer on the council, News Editor Kimberley Mannion asks Rinna whether she is new enough – or not – to create the changes that the student body wants to see. Click here to listen....


PODCAST: Election Analysis

2nd March 2022

As the SRC election voting commences, Editor-in-Chief Lucy Dunn interviews presidential candidate Jordan Hunter, whose manifesto consists of provision of narwhals on campus, the opening of a Wizarding Department, but most of all: change. Click here to listen....


SRC spring elections: what happened at the sabbatical positions hustings?

1st March 2022

Polling opens at 9am on Wednesday 2 March at 9am for the sabbatical positions within the SRC. The Glasgow Guardian covered hustings for the sabbatical positions on the SRC. These positions are: SRC President (three candidates: Jordan Hunter, Jenna Fraser, Rinna Väre), Vice President Education (two candidates: Micaela Levesque, Miko Mojsiej), Vice President Student Activities ...


SRC spring elections: what happened at the non-sabbatical positions hustings?

1st March 2022

Polling opens at 9am on Wednesday 2 March for the non-sabbatical positions on the SRC. The Glasgow Guardian covered hustings for the non-sabbatical positions on the SRC, none of which saw more than one candidate standing. Positions up for grabs are undergraduate college convenors, school representatives and welfare and equal opportunity officers.  Undergraduate College of ...


Election analysis: Who are the candidates vying to be next year’s SRC sabbatical officers?

1st March 2022

Editor-in-Chief Lucy Dunn and News Editor Luke Chafer break down the 2022/23 SRC sabbatical candidate manifestos. Nominations for major positions on the 2022/23 student board of the SRC, Glasgow University’s Student Representative Council, have now closed as of Friday 18 February. The SRC elections are held annually, with four paid sabbatical positions on offer, which ...


What motivates participation in student union elections?

27th February 2022

The Glasgow Guardian investigates students’ motivations for voting in upcoming union elections.  The Glasgow Guardian has conducted a survey into interest in and awareness of elections for the University of Glasgow’s four student unions: the Student Representative Council (SRC), Glasgow University Union (GUU), Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA) and Queen Margaret Union (QMU)...


SRC reiterate endorsement for strikes

15th February 2022

The SRC have reiterated their endorsement for the 10-day UCU strikes which began today (Monday 14 February) following a dispute between University staff over pension cuts, lower pay, failing equality standards and worsening work conditions. Their reiterated endorsement was made on Twitter, where they provided a link to their original statement on the strikes from ...


SRC developing harm reduction campaign

7th December 2021

Launched in collaboration with alcohol awareness week, the campaign aims to help students struggling with their relationship to drugs and alcohol. The University of Glasgow Student Representative Council (SRC) is developing a harm reduction campaign centred around drug and alcohol use.  The harm reduction campaign was launched in collaboration with alcohol awareness week, which was ...