Published in the Student Advertiser At the weekend, I entered the O2 Academy ABC for the first time with my eyes wide and receptive, full of expectation. Great, another Glasgow venue off the list! As I handed over my ticket to the steward at the entrance of the largest hall, the hall where, soon, … Continue reading Years and Years with Tove Styrke at the O2 ABC
Published in the Student Advertiser. It starts with death. No – it starts with a lady, Mrs. Fazackalee (played by Liza Goddard nonetheless) singing whilst playing the piano, a piano situated in a pub beneath what looks like Trongate Bridge. (We later learn we are in London.) Her final note ends and the audience applauds … Continue reading The Smallest Show on Earth REVIEW
As many of you will already be aware, I am the Features Editor of the Strathclyde Telegraph (the University of Strathclyde's student newspaper) and I am extremely proud to announce the arrival and release of edition two - available to pick up now around campus for FREE. I'm extremely proud of this edition, our second of … Continue reading Strathclyde Telegraph Edition 2 Release
There are only a few instances when I will answer my phone whilst in the toilets, one of them most certainly being to hear the feedback from a recent job application to my favourite shop, Paperchase. This blog entry is a little stranger than usual. For ten minutes, allow yourself to forget the factual nature of the magazine articles … Continue reading A job, you say?
Published in Scotcampus Magazine. You can read the entire edition online here for FREE. Office jobs might be synonymous with suits, microwavable lunches and boredom, but working in a stationery-fuelled environment actually has more perks than you might realise. Office pranks - changing a colleague’s email signature to “lots of love and kisses from [their name], … Continue reading Scotcampus Magazine Article: 10 Perks of an Office Job
Here is another article which was published in Scotcampus Magazine this October, looking at the best coffee houses to cosy up in and get some serious work done this winter in Scotland. You can read the entire magazine here. In this age of portability – with devices as powerful as desktop computers and as small as mobile phones … Continue reading Scotcampus Magazine Article: Scotland’s Best Coffices
I started out at Scotcampus Magazine as an intern back in April and I have continued to stay involved with the team by writing online features regularly. However, after I received my university timetable, I was really pleased to learn that there are over two days where I am not required in the university for classes or lectures. Therefore, not only have I been volunteering, … Continue reading Scotcampus Magazine article: Networking
The newest edition of Scotcampus Magazine is now online! The theme of this edition was Work and Employment. I have quite a few piece's this time round, more than I actually remembered, which I will post on here! You can read the entire magazine online here. I'm really excited about the newest edition of the … Continue reading The BRAND NEW Scotcampus Magazine
Welcome to this week's Stationery Sunday I have a confession to make: I've not been myself lately. Whilst university coursework, editing commitments and social events have all intensified in workload and frequency, I've found myself putting off a lot of things due to stress. I tend to be the type of person who looks at … Continue reading Stationery Sunday: just WHAT IS a Bullet Journal?
Published by Scotcampus. Is it just me or do you also enter October thinking of the colour orange? I actively anticipate orange things in October and, therefore, save all my passion for autumnal shades until I can go full swing at this time of year. Aside from the sunburnt shades of summer, now flaking through … Continue reading Alternative ways to get into Halloween