With the triggering of Article 50 looming, Craig Munro asks what this will really mean for Britain.
Stirling opened its doors to alumni and the general public to celebrate its 50th anniversary yesterday, with events including special lectures, a science fair, and a rare opportunity to glimpse items from the […]
Craig Munro talks politics, elections and policies with Union President candidate Séarlas Mac Thoirdealbhaigh.
Craig Munro reacts to last night’s Alternative Hustings – was it the night of booze-soaked drama Brig were hoping for?
Craig Munro talks to VP Communities candidate James Fitzsimons about his policies and how he found himself running for a Union position.
Scott Mackay has dropped out of the race to become Stirling’s next Vice President Communities, just a day before the candidates’ hustings.
Jess Logan said she was “working towards” eliminating graduation costs for all students.
Chancellor James Naughtie said, on the matter of Donald Trump: “The question is, will there be people to stand up to him? And the answer to that is yes.”
Stirling’s second hackathon is to take place, seeing coders both new and experienced programming through the wee hours.
‘Never Again’ has lost its meaning in a world post-Aleppo and post-refugee ban, writes Craig Munro.