Scottish Student Journalism Awards sees great success for Glasgow Clyde College

The Scottish Student Journalism Awards 2018 saw great success for Glasgow Clyde College Students, as they swept up a number of prestigious awards. The event, which was held at Glasgow’s St Andrew’s in the Square on Wednesday, June 30th, was host to more than 200 students, academics and industry professionals. The Awards, organised by the HND Media and Communication students from Glasgow Clyde College, have been running successfully for the

Quirky Things To Do In Glasgow : Purrple Cat Cafe

The Purrple Cat Cafe, at 2 Trongate, is Glasgow’s first and only cat cafe. The cafe, which serves coffee, speciality tea  and home-made dishes, is home to 21 friendly felines who roam freely. The cafe is housed in a grand building, which was formerly a bank, and  is set over two floors. It opens from 9.30am until 9pm every day of the week and operates in sessions to allow break

Student's from Glasgow Clyde College Nominated for Top Journalism Awards

On the 30th June 2018, students from all around Scotland had the chance to showcase their journalism skills and abilities at the Scottish Student Journalism Awards which were organised by HND media and communications students from Glasgow Clyde College and ran in partnership with their headline sponsor – The Scottish Newspaper Society. The awards have been successfully running for the past seven years and are a chance for journalism students,

Quirky things to do in Glasgow: Hillhead Bookclub

Located on 17 Vinicombe Street in Glasgow’s West End, Hillhead Bookclub is labelled as one of the quirkiest places in town or as they describe their venue – ‘somewhere left and right handers can exist in harmony without fear of persecution.’ With its title, people are surprised to hear it’s actually a pub/bar/restaurant and not a library of some sort. The west end building is an old cinema that was

Quirky things to do in Glasgow: The Craft Pottery

When you think of Glasgow, it’s unlikely your first thought is an evening of wine drinking and pottery painting. Yet, The Craft Pottery is one of Glasgow’s newest art hubs and it’s a hit with the locals. Situated in the city centre of Glasgow, The Craft Pottery is only about a ten-minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. It’s an independent and contemporary pottery and craft studio with lots on offer

SSJA 2018

Preview: On the 30th June 2018, students from all around Scotland had the chance to showcase their journalism skills and abilities at the Scottish Student Journalism Awards which were organised by HND media and communications students from Glasgow Clyde College and ran in partnership with their headline sponsor – The Scottish Newspaper Society. The awards have been successfully running for the past seven years and are a chance for journalism

It's Gonna be a Long, Hot Summer: The Return of Love Island

Love Island has returned back to our screens for the fourth season and promises once again to deliver a long, hot summer of romance, arguments and deception. It has become a really popular show over the last three years and more people this year opted to try their luck in a Majorcan villa than to apply to Oxford or Cambridge. This has left many people feeling that it shows where

Scottish Student Journalism Award nominee Sean McAngus speaks exclusively to DMTV

The Scottish Student Journalism Awards are being held tonight at St Andrew’s in the Square and so to celebrate we interviewed Podcast of the Year nominee Sean McAngus to gather his thoughts ahead of the big event. Through the interview Sean reveals how excited he is to be attending the night as well as his hopes for the future. The nineteen-year-old has shown great promise during his stint on ‘Covering

ZERO-HOURS ELDERLY WORKERS INCREASE

The amount of older people working in jobs with zero-hour contracts is increasing, according to figures. xThe statistics from the Office of National Statistics shows that while people aged 16-24 are still the group who most frequently work under zero-hour contracts, at 7.8%, second place has been taken by people aged 65 or over, who went from 2.7% between October-December 2016 to a whopping upgrade to 4% between April-June 2017.

One year on - Black tells Sillars he is wrong about the EU (2017)

SNP firebrand and Britain’s youngest MP, Mhairi Black, has spoken out about former SNP deputy leader Jim Sillars’ remarks that he won’t support an independent Scotland if it means re-joining the EU. Mhairi was speaking at fellow MP Anne McGlaughlin’s adoption night for the upcoming snap General Election on June 8th, 2017.  She said: “Jim is a very good friend of mine, he’s done a lot for me.  I think