Angus MacDonald and Ben Edwards were recently elected as MSYPs to represent the Stirling constituency.
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A story doing the rounds in the media about the uni is a load of histrionic nonsense, writes editor-in-chief Dan Vevers.
The Arts and Humanities Faculty accounted for over 1300 of the requests, a figure the faculty is worried is “unsustainable”.
The annual bash is being held on Monday, April 3, kicking off at 7pm at Stirling Court Hotel on campus.
The fourth-year social policy student was born with cerebral palsy and uses her iPad and iPhone as tools to help her communicate.
The first ever ‘touchtennis’ tournament for Scottish university and college students, organised by a group of MSc students, is going to be held on campus at Stirling.
It will kick off at 5pm on Wednesday at the recently-installed ping pong table next to the library – which halls will claim victory?
Editor-in-chief Dan Vevers talks to the only sabbatical officer who likes his job enough to re-apply for it.
Astrid Smallenbroek pledges to stop Everybody Hurting while Séarlas Mac Thoirdealbhaigh gives us a sword-wielding, memetastic effort.
Progress is not linear and rights have to be fought for again and again. Straight people will need to pitch in too, writes editor-in-chief Dan Vevers.