GlasGLOW Tackles the Climate Crisis

This year’s GlasGLOW event took inspiration from the COP26 conference happening on the other side of the city and donned a climate change theme. The event has been successfully running for three years in Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens. The theme is presented to guests via metaphors and imagery. Loudspeakers announce that you are a reporter sent to investigate the disappearance of ‘Gloop Corp’s’ CEO and what … Continue reading GlasGLOW Tackles the Climate Crisis

Animal Rights Activists Stage Protest in City Centre

George Square was the home of multiple demonstrations as Extinction Rebellion, Farm Animal Rights Movement and Animal Rebellion took to the streets to protest environmental change. Farm Animal Rights Movement, the oldest animal rights organisation in America descended to Glasgow to spread awareness about the exploitation of animals and the impact it has on the planet. The group is also passionate about reducing reliance on … Continue reading Animal Rights Activists Stage Protest in City Centre

How Glasgow University Is Tackling Eco-Friendly Periods

The University of Glasgow’s Queen Margaret Union (QMU) was one of the first student unions in Scotland to provide free environmentally friendly menstrual products to all students. Products include menstrual cups, biodegradable pads and tampons, reusable pads, and even latex free condoms. They’re also providing pamphlets with instructions on how to use these products safely and correctly. Sustainable hygiene methods for those that menstruate have … Continue reading How Glasgow University Is Tackling Eco-Friendly Periods

How A Student Found His Dream Job Using Unconventional Methods

When it comes to marketing sometimes being unconventional is the way forward. That’s how marketing university student Benas Ruzgys secured himself his dream job as a digital marketing assistant with Derby-based creative agency think3. Using a QR code and a self-built landing page he approached the agency in a creative and unconventional way, standing out from the crowd and proving that he was the right … Continue reading How A Student Found His Dream Job Using Unconventional Methods

Strokes: what you need to know and what you may not expect

The NHS defines a stroke as “a serious life-threatening medical condition that happens when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off.” Strokes can impact speech, vision, your brain, and your ability to move. Those that have had one however, often define it as one of the worst things that could’ve happened to them. The main ways you can identify the signs of someone … Continue reading Strokes: what you need to know and what you may not expect

Scotland Vs Faroe Islands Match Report

On a night of epic goal scoring proportions, Scotland secured a second World Cup qualifier win against the Faroe Islands to the delight of the some 4500 fans . The 7-1 victory was more than enough to satisfy Pedro Martínez Losa- or Pedro Martínez Winna- as he is becoming known as to fans. Chloe Arthur and Chirsty Grimshaw marked the occasion with their first international … Continue reading Scotland Vs Faroe Islands Match Report