“We ban, lest we tolerate.” Scott M. Patterson on how jargon-justified intolerance is being used to erode the principles of a liberal society on campuses and beyond.
Against The Current play their third headline show in Glasgow – and Andrew Henderson was there to see it for Brig.
Bridget Jones’s Baby brought both laughs and tears as the female legend graces cinema screens once more.
The opera will play its second Scottish date at the Macrobert on Saturday September 24.
Brig’s Jack Pickles on the “sexy, unhinged, unique” experience of seeing July Talk live in Glasgow.
Whether it’s the alcohol, free pizza or midnight chips, it’s hard to leave the first week of uni without a little extra stodge – don’t worry about it, writes food and lifestyle editor Ailsa Galashan.
This weekend saw two rallies held in Glasgow on the second anniversary of the Scottish independence referendum.
Brig’s Jamie Grant reflects on his indyref journey from a No to a Yes – and how coming to Stirling Uni helped him challenge his own politics.
The celebrated author will appear at the Logie lecture theatre on October 11, where he will read extracts from his Booker-winning book The Famished Road and hold a Q & A.
Two years on from the Scottish independence referendum, Ross Brannigan gives an overview of the current appetite for round two.
Nationalist sightseeing, socialist firebrands and mock Parliaments – it’s all going on at Stirling this month if politics is your thing.