On Friday morning, green activists occupied George Square. The aim was to spread awareness of the climate crisis and the government’s lacklustre response. With a turn-out of over a hundred attendees the […]
A motion intended to improve student housing was passed at the second Union General Meeting of the year.
Macrobert Arts Centre has unveiled a new pricing structure, which will make the campus cinema the cheapest in Stirling.
Theresa May has indicated in a letter to Jeremy Corbyn that their teams should meet “as soon as possible” for new Brexit talks.
Ross Thomson, MP for Aberdeen South, faces allegations of inappropriate “sexual touching” whilst intoxicated.
Students vote to form a new tenant’s union.
Brexit pushes Scottish voters to reevaluate their stances on independence.
Allan Buchan has been cleared of alleged sexual assault at the campus’ medical practice, in incidents dating back to the 1990s.
The students revealed their prototype tech product at a demo day in Edinburgh.
Hackers, journalists and academics descended upon Stirling for MisinfoconX last Thursday. The event posed the problem that has dominated much of the news cycle for the past few years: what to do about online disinformation?