Jamie Grant is voting to stay in the EU, not out of any love for it or the fear-mongering Remain campaign, but for the principles of co-operation and common struggle.
Head coach Shelley Kerr is anticipating further development for Stirling University FC this season, after it was announced the club has been invited to participate in the revamped Scottish Challenge Cup.
The referendum on EU membership is now just over a week away, and it is thought young people could be crucial to the outcome of the vote.
Brig’s film & TV editor Jamie Harris on emotional film adaptation Me Before You, starring Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke.
Brig news editor Craig Paton was in Glasgow on Saturday as counter-protesters met a demonstration by the far-right Scottish Defence League.
10 years on, Britain’s still Got Talent, writes Caroline Malcolm. Was this series the best yet?
Northumbrian folk sister-duo The Unthanks visit Stirling and leave Brig’s Amy Beveridge seriously impressed.
Outgoing music editor Andrew Henderson reflects on his time at Brig and offers up some recommendations for your listening pleasure.
Expressive dance show Breathe, peformed at the MacRobert, sought to convey a dark, honest portrayal of love and life, writes Caroline Malcolm.
Ricky Burns, Coatbridge man of the people, has just become the most accomplished Scottish boxer in history after he took the third world title of his career last night.