Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Proud Day to be a University of Glasgow Student

A year and a half ago the University of Glasgow was in turmoil.

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Independence Politicians in Christmas Pudding Bake-Off

Tension has increased within the Independence debate after a Christmas pudding campaign row. Westminster and the ‘Yes Scotland’ campaign had agreed a Christmas truce, yet this broke down after David Cameron accused Yes Scotland’s pudding of being a ‘half-baked dish’. … Continue reading

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13 reasons why Westminster is not a force for good

The Independence referendum is a vote on Scotland’s potential and the benefits of controlling our own affairs.  It is also a vote on Westminster’s record. When we examine that record, we find that Westminster isn’t working.

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Charles Green in University of Glasgow Visit

Charles Green, the new Chairman of The Rangers F.C., enjoyed a special tour of the University of Glasgow. Following a freedom of information request by Herald journalist Robert McNeil, it was revealed today that campus chaplain Stuart McQuarrie gave Green … Continue reading

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