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

The Pattern Wins Student Publication of the Year

The Pattern, the publication created by second year Glasgow Clyde College journalism students has won the Scottish Student Journalism Award for Student Publication of the Year 2018. The publication, which was a community magazine for Paisley, focused on the culture and history of the town just outside of Glasgow and has received praise from all corners of the Scottish journalism industry. Hannah Gunn, who was the editor for the publication

Day of offers at Silverburn

Silverburn shopping centre, one of Glasgow’s leading shopping and leisure destinations hosted a circus themed evening of exclusive offers and entertainment known as a ‘Shopping Affair’on the 24th of May. It was a chance for everyone to have fun while they shop and an opportunity for them to escape their daily routine. While shopping they can enjoy circus acts and artists, this is live entertainment and will have many different types

The future is bright for journalism as  The Pattern mag was praised by a newspaper editor!

The QTS Media Scotland and Clyde Outside journalism awards took place in a conference room on the 4th of May at a conference room at the Daily Record building. Let’s set the scene. A table at the back of the room certainly caught everyone’s attention with bottles of beer, wine and party style food like pakora . Glasgow Clyde College journalism second year students were commenced for their hard work.

Glasgow Clyde College journalist students win awards for work on the Pattern magazine

Four students from Glasgow Clyde College have won prestigious awards for their work on the Pattern magazine. The students who study an HND in Practical Journalism along with the NCTJ Diploma at the Cardonald Campus in Mosspark, where awarded for their hard work. Helena Morrow, who is the Sales Director for Media Scotland opened the ceremony at the Daily Record headquarters in Glasgow. The Pattern magazine appeared as a supplement

Scottish Student Journalism Awards 2018

Several student journalists of Scotland had a night to remember last Wedensday as they were commemorated at the Scottish Student Journalism Awards. The event is held annually to celebrate journalism that brings together students from across the country. The winners from Glasgow Clyde College were: Iain Galbraith for Arts and Entertainment story of the year, Clyde Insider for Student Website of the year, Sara lovallo and David King for the Calum MacDonald

Sprits were high at Silverburn's circus themed shopping event

Silverburn Shopping centre delighted shoppers when it hosted a circus-themed evening of exclusive offers and entertainment last night with its Shopping Affair event that went on from 5pm to 9pm on 24th of May. The circus theme has been popularised recently by the success of the box office hit ‘the Greatest Showman’ – a film about the circus owner and father of show business, P.T. Barnum. It is no wonder why

Ireland Votes by a Landslide to Repeal the 8th Amendment

Exit polls released following the referendum held in Ireland yesterday to repeal the 8th amendment of the constitution point toward a landslide yes vote. The 8th amendment, which was brought in to Irish law in 1983, prevents anyone from obtaining an abortion and the law states that anyone that does abort on the island will face 14 years in prison. The Irish Times exit poll has shown a 68% vote

Principal Jon Vincent Interviewed by GCR

  Last September Glasgow Clyde College appointed Jon Vincent as the new Principal and Chief Executive. Previously the Principal of Tyne Metropolitan College (where he guided the institution towards being the first STEM assured college in the north of England), Mr Vincent has already begun to bring some fresh ideas to the college. Upon his appointment he said: “I am absolutely delighted to have accepted the Board of Management’s invitation

Group of Paisley women to make play about Ferguslie

SWIFT are a group of ten local woman who share a common interest in Paisley and ensuring a bright future for their children in their home town. SWIFT now wish to produce a drama based on the women’s stories. The women will be looking forward to working on the paly from writing to directing. Though they are looking for outside talent to act. Clare James Adult Learning and Literacy worker from Renfrewshire council