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

A Shopping affair

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 shopping centre played host to an exciting combination of static and roaming circus acts. Which included a spectacular hula hoop artist all the way from Berlin, Jessie Rose. Whom dazzled customers with her skilful performance

Manic Street Preachers Deliver a Short and Sweet Set in Belfast

The Manic Street Preachers delivered a short but sweet set at BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend in Belfast at the weekend. The band, who are from Blackwood, Wales, played a significantly shorter set compared to their usual headline shows to a packed crowd at the Titanic Slipways in Belfast. Playing a mixture of their hits such as Motorcycle Emptiness and You Stole The Sun From My Heart, a video of which

SSJA Nightly Recap

The Scottish Student Journalism Awards took place last Wednesday evening at the beautiful St Andrews in the Square. It was a night to be remembered for all the right reasons as Glasgow Clyde College would once again be crowned Publication of the Year as well as some individual glory being bestowed amongst some very deserving people. The night started with a red carpet drinks reception and so I found myself

Westworld Season 1 Review

HBO is well known for its fantastic shows including The Sopranos and Game of Thrones. The latest offering from their ever-growing well of fantasy fiction is Westworld based on the Michael Crichton movie of the same name. The action begins with a seemingly innocent girl named Delores (Evan Rachel Wood) dropping her groceries before being assisted by the hero of the hour Teddy. Soon it becomes clear, that all is

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