Dick Pics and Dignity Slips: what’s the world to do?

'Dick pics and dignity slips: what's the world to do?' was published in the Strathclyde Telegraph in May 2015. I’m paranoid. And not just about my exams – or more accurately, how long I have left to procrastinate. Walking home alone makes me paranoid. People making eye-contact with me makes me paranoid. A person shaking … Continue reading Dick Pics and Dignity Slips: what’s the world to do?

I Do…nut: Have Weddings Lost Their Meaning?

'I Do...nut: Have Weddings Lost Their Meaning?' was published on Scotcampus.com in April 2015 As young adults, every day we’re edging closer to that age when the tap water suddenly becomes infected and most of our friends are getting down on their knees to declare their eternal love to one another. You’re either diagnosed lovesick or completely … Continue reading I Do…nut: Have Weddings Lost Their Meaning?

REVIEW: ‘Crazy for You’, Glasgow, March 2015

This review of Crazy for you was published in The Student Advertiser, April 2015 Entering the Kings Theatre it’s hard to believe that an amateur operatic society have managed to snag such a spectacular venue to showcase their hard work. I mean, no pressure to The Glasgow Lyric Club, but the smash hit musical ‘Wicked’ … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Crazy for You’, Glasgow, March 2015

20 Reasons to thank your parents for having you in th 90s

'20 REASONS TO THANK YOUR PARENTS FOR HAVING YOU IN THE 90s' was published on Scotcampus.com, March 2015 “I’m getting jelly sandals for my holidays. Do you have a pair of jelly sandals?” You cannot fathom the look I gave the little girl in work when she posed this question to me at the till. “Do … Continue reading 20 Reasons to thank your parents for having you in th 90s

PREVIEW: BBC Tectonics Returns to Glasgow for a 3rd Year

'BBC Tectonics Returns to Glasgow for Third Year' was published in The Student Advertiser, April 2015 Alcohol? Never tried it, but go on then! Yoga? Sure - won’t knock it till I’ve tried it. Being a student is all about experimenting (oi, you – behave!). Uni’s important because it’s the first chance you’ve had to really … Continue reading PREVIEW: BBC Tectonics Returns to Glasgow for a 3rd Year