Film and TV can be seen as nothing but a trivial pastime, however, at times you can stumble across a series or film that may offer something more thought provoking. The Haunting of Hill House, a series available to… Continue Reading →
This year marked the 19th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. On November 20th across the world, members of the community joined together to remember lives lost from acts of violence against trans people. We have taken a look at the importance… Continue Reading →
Across the country, there has been a growing concern amongst young people about their futures in a post Brexit world. According to YouGov polling data, 75% of young people voted remain in the 2016 EU referendum. Two years on, and… Continue Reading →
Usually the line between old and young isn’t crossed by either at a live music show; the crashing waves of young bodies will billow vigorously towards and away from the stage, while a calming tremble of middle-aged heads bob up… Continue Reading →
According to Justice Minister Rory Stewart’s keen sense of belief, 80% of the British Public supported Theresa May’s draft Brexit deal before knowing what it contained.
Stonehouse’s first-ever mental health hub will be opening in January thanks to the Trust Jack Foundation (TJF). Located in Stonehouse, South Lanarkshire, the charity aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, promote awareness and provide support and help… Continue Reading →
In a society that bombards us with images of perfect lives, airbrushed bodies, Facetuned selfies and unachievable beauty standards, social media has awoken a beast within us that craves online validation.
Stirling University students protested through the atrium last night in response to the University approving a talk from an Israeli diplomat. The march was led by students from the Socialist and Labour societies and it continued to Logie lecture theatre –… Continue Reading →
“We’re four misfits that don’t belong together… We’re playing for other misfits. And the outcasts right in the back of the room, we’re pretty sure they don’t belong either. We belong to them.”
Amid a growing crisis, figures have shown that nearly 100 homeless people died in Scotland last year. And for the first time in nine years, the number of people declaring homelessness and making emergency housing applications is on the rise.… Continue Reading →