'What next?! Five Things to Try After Graduation' will be published in The Student Advertiser in June, 2015 Year after year of academic tuition has all been for a short few moments of glory upon a grand university stage. It rotates like a school assembly but it will feel like the BAFTAs. And if you’re … Continue reading What next?! Five Things to Try After Graduation
'Oh, Scotland... Four BIG Scottish Fails' was published on scotcampus.com in February, 2015 Scotland is a braw country. You just need to look at a picture of a fine Highland lad in his kilt to know that we take pride in our appearance and everything we stand for, like our unrivalled singing abilities at sporting … Continue reading Oh, Scotland… Four BIG Scottish Fails
'14 Thoughts We Have When Travelling Solo', my first online article, was published on scotcampus.com on 19th February 2015 Suffer from train rage EVERY SINGLE DAY? Here are just 14 standard thoughts that probably pass through you head on a daily basis… “Acquaintances become avoidances” You’re a uni student now. You’ve made a fantastic group of friends … Continue reading 14 Thoughts We Have When Travelling Solo
On the outside, I have been keen in these most recent months to maintain a sort of front in order to reassure those closest to me that I will be safe and sensible as I prepare to journey across my first section of the globe. While we have taken every kind of precaution with regards to protecting our safety on … Continue reading Teurope: thoughts down here in single figures
As part of an ongoing feature, each month TSA will be reminding its readers why our city is one of the best places we can be in by looking at something which makes Glasgow great. While Glasgow’s thriving arts scene is already celebrated world-wide, our city also boasts an impressive portfolio of venues for events … Continue reading What Makes Glasgow Great – June: Our Venues
'A Sober Encounter...' is due to be published in The Student Advertiser in June, 2015. Are you young? In your late teens/early twenties? Great. So, you’ve probably discovered the Garage? What was it like for you? Everyone I speak to has different opinions of their first experience. Some are happy to describe it as “the … Continue reading A Sober Encounter of Glasgow’s Glorious Garage
Yer Granny Review will be published in June's edition of The Student Advertiser. It had been a long, long week. Still highly strung by the kind of ‘recreational guilt’ that goes hand-in-hand with exams – and doesn’t usually wear off immediately after – I fought my way through the intensely over-populated Foyer at the Kings … Continue reading Review: Yer Granny, The Kings Theatre, Glasgow
'Calm it, calm it, calm it - I'm a Chameleon!' was published in Cult Noise magazine in May 2015 I’m balanced on an IKEA wall desk in my parents’ home, currently adjusting the broken cable of my iPhone charger which is on its last legs. This semester I opted for a cheap, plastic rucksack over … Continue reading Calm it, calm it, calm it – I’m a Chameleon!
'Growing Up: You're Doing Alright!' was published in Cult Noise magazine in May 2015 I’ve always believed the day I am in complete control of my finances will be the day I’ll know that my days of growing up are over and that I’m finally surviving adulthood. I’d like to be in a house with money set aside to … Continue reading Growing Up: You’re Doing Alright!
'Cass Art: a different kind of art store' was published in The Student Advertiser (TSA) in May 2015 As a self-confessed stationery addict, I hovered outside the doors of an empty shop premises on Glasgow’s Queen Street last October, curious of what new store was going to take over. The Words ‘Cass Art’ and ‘Coming … Continue reading Cass Art: A Different Kind of Art Store ~ REVIEW