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Put your money where your mouth is and stop funding the climate crisis

29th November 2021

Protesting is a great way to get involved in activism, but if your actions don’t back up your words, holding a sign is pointless. Everybody loves a protest. You get together with friends, paint a witty yet politically astute sign, feel part of something bigger and – critically – have an excellent excuse to avoid ...


Where do we draw the line when it comes to murder?

22nd November 2021

Think it’s barking mad to eat a dog but you have no beef with the meat industry? Editor-in-Chief Lucy Dunn assesses the phenomenon of speciesism. “All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others,” proclaimed Napoleon famously, in Orwell’s Animal Farm. An allusion to government corruption, perhaps there is some bearing of it ...


Fantastic Feasts and Where to Find Them

17th November 2021

We may be spoiled for choice for eateries in Glasgow, but finding sometimes it’s worth looking harder for the best. A post-lockdown Glasgow means getting back out there and eating our way through a city that offers something for everyone. From food truck falafels to more of a fine dining experience, here are a few ...


Where has my attention span gone?

17th November 2021

Zein Al-Maha Oweis describes losing her ability to concentrate on reading after the effects of lockdown. As the new semester begins and reading lists hit my university email with that dread-inducing ping, I begin to wonder if I will have time for leisure reading. The type of reading that has you on the edge of ...