By Alison Williamson Can students hold down a part-time job while working towards getting a degree. The Monument Post follows the team at AMF Bowling in Stirling and their student workforce who manage the balance between studying and earning a… Continue Reading
By Samantha Barr With ‘cult status’ venues and 150+ gigs a week, UNESCO city of music Glasgow helps create the UK music industry’s £1.1 bn value seen generated last year.
By Alison Williamson With sleigh bells and twinkling lights just around the corner, most people will be getting into the festive spirit. One of the most anticipated Christmas arrivals is the large advertising campaigns. Racking up millions of hits on… Continue Reading
By Natasha Cameron This year’s level 2 Cheer Captain, Ashleigh Aird, walks us through all CSU has to offer and explains why this is CSU’s year to win big.
By Huihua Nui David Wang, the owner of the Sun Wah Mini-Mart, moved to Stirling 15 years ago and opened the first Chinese mini-market in Stirling. The unique Chinese mini-market looked like having an advantage at the beginning, but in… Continue Reading
By Alison Williamson With such a high level of work, student nurses have been petitioning for years to receive living wage while on placement. The Nursing and Midwifery council requires all student nurses to complete a minimum of 2300 hours… Continue Reading
By Natasha Cameron Cheerleading is a popular sport that originates from America and has grown to be a common team sport across Scottish Universities. After a long battle and hardship for the sport, it has been officially recognised within Scottish… Continue Reading
By Huihua Nui The word ‘5G’ has become a hot topic worldwide. As the first world enters the 5G era, it could bring about major changes in the living environment and social life of mankind. But has 5G actually launched… Continue Reading
By Samantha Barr Edinburgh four piece, Vistas, are one of three Scottish bands set to feature at South by Southwest, SXSW, in March. Glaswegian band Catholic Action and Perthshire’s Parliamo will also be involved after the Texan festival announced another… Continue Reading
By Samantha Barr Festival season might be over but the conversation over gender inequality in music is far from over as ‘Keychange 2.0’ launched at Reeperbahn festival in Germany. The first part of ‘KeyChange’ was launched in 2017 by the… Continue Reading