• Alex Salmond Steps Down as First Minister

    Alex Salmond has today announced that he will resign from his position as First Minister of Scotland following the “No” vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum.

  • Interview: Tommy Sheridan

    The Copthorne Hotel’s retro conference suite was practically filled by the time the meeting started. There was a small team of amiable attendants, adorned in red Yes memorabilia, having to turn people away.

  • Freshers’ Week: something for everyone

    Ysabelle McGuire gives her view on the best of freshers’.

  • Rome: a classic city break

    Rachel Clark shares her ideas on what you can do in Rome on a student budget.

  • Pride Review

    Matthew Warchus’ wonderfully uplifting comedy drama tells the remarkable story of the alliance between the Lesbian and Gay societies and the miners during the strike of 1984-85. The fantastic direction and witty script are backed up by a universally excellent cast putting in hilarious and convincing performances.

  • Get out strong. Commit.

    ‘Get out strong. Commit’ where the words Scottish 800m runner Lyndsey Sharp wrote on her hand prior to the 800m final at the Commonwealth Games, words to spur her on after what had been an awful night of serious illness in the athlete’s village.

Pride Review

Matthew Warchus’ wonderfully uplifting comedy drama tells the remarkable story of the alliance between the Lesbian and Gay societies and the miners during the strike of 1984-85. The fantastic direction and witty script are backed up by a universally excellent cast putting in hilarious and convincing performances.


Alex Salmond Steps Down as First Minister

Alex Salmond has today announced that he will resign from his position as First Minister of Scotland following the “No” vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum.


Scotland says “No” to Independence

Scotland has officially voted “No” in the Scottish Independence Referendum.


News

Alex Salmond has today announced that he will resign from his position as First Minister of Scotland following the “No” vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum.

Features

The Copthorne Hotel’s retro conference suite was practically filled by the time the meeting started. There was a small team of amiable attendants, adorned in red Yes memorabilia, having to turn people away.


Opine

Aaran McPherson opines that we must intervene in Iraq one last time.

Editorial

This year is a great year to get involved. Yes, I’m partially saying this so I don’t have to continue creating false names in the team list.


Life & Style

Rachel Clark shares her ideas on what you can do in Rome on a student budget.

Arts

Matthew Warchus’ wonderfully uplifting comedy drama tells the remarkable story of the alliance between the Lesbian and Gay societies and the miners during the strike of 1984-85. The fantastic direction and witty script are backed up by a universally excellent cast putting in hilarious and convincing performances.


Listings

As a grand finale to this summer’s colourful exhibition celebrating the work of world-renowned knitwear and textile designer Kaffe Fassett, Aberdeen Art Gallery will be opening up after-hours for a vibrant and exciting evening complete with DJ sets, vintage gramophones, face painting, artist-led workshops and a pop-up Bos’n bar. Places are designated on a first come, first served basis so get there early and don’t forget to wear your brightest and spangliest of outfits.

Sports

‘Get out strong. Commit’ where the words Scottish 800m runner Lyndsey Sharp wrote on her hand prior to the 800m final at the Commonwealth Games, words to spur her on after what had been an awful night of serious illness in the athlete’s village.


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