Student



Eating sustainably on a budget

2nd December 2020

Ciara Robertson discusses how cutting out meat won’t hurt your bank account. Before I became vegetarian, two years ago, one of the main reservations I had was whether it would be possible on a student budget. The arguments that you often hear are “vegetarian and vegan alternatives are so expensive” or “but what would I ...


My love life: or the lack of it

18th November 2020

The first in a new series looking at different romantic outlooks from various students. To put it simply, my love life is non-existent. I didn’t think that at 22, in my final year of university, I would be in the same place most people are at 14: a couple of sloppy kisses filling my romantic ...


Commercialising your pastimes: facing the fantasy

18th November 2020

As enchanting as the thought of earning some extra cash on the side may be, turning your hobby into a job may not be the fairytale you’ve been looking for. Which TikTok sounds do you hear in your nightmares? Come on, I know you have at least one. One that plays over and over in ...


Student opportunities at the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery

24th October 2020

The Glasgow Guardian interviews Ruth Fletcher, the Hunterian’s education manager about their current student opportunities. The culture and heritage sector is extremely competitive, so having work experience under your belt and on your CV is important to give yourself the best chance of securing a role in this area. Offering students exactly this, with a ...


Majority of student paramedics living below the poverty line

11th October 2020

Students claim a lack of financial support from the Scottish government is to blame. Two in three paramedic students have claimed they struggle to put food on the table due to a lack of financial assistance.  A survey carried out by campaign group Pay Student Paramedics found that over 80% struggle to make ends meet ...