By Jamie Harris You may not be aware of Hollywood’s yearly Black list, but since 2005 it has been one of the only remaining sources of original filmmaking at a time […]
By Jamie Harris From the 17th – 28th February Glasgow will be the place to be for film fans as the Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) takes place, with 308 events taking place […]
Brig’s political editor Dan Vevers caught up with Bryan Quinn and Maria Feeney – two Stirling students standing for RISE at the Holyrood elections.
BBC One’s adaption of Tolstoy’s War and Peace is over and what a story it has been both on screen and within the domain of public opinion. Initially the […]
Hannah McNicol captures the best sporting action from around campus on another busy BUCS Wednesday
By Stuart Graham I will just start by saying that all of what I say about this disorder is personal experience and speculation based on what I have gone through. I will […]
MSPs from all parties in Holyrood are united behind calls by a House of Commons committee for a lengthening of Post-Study Work visas for non-EU students in Scotland.
by Craig Wright The first coaches to qualify as part of Stirling University’s prestigious UK Coaching Certificate Level 4 diploma course have graduated from the university. The award, combined with a part-time […]
When Valentine’s Day comes around, it makes us all think about our favourite men and women from films and literature, and we think about that one fictional character who makes us believe […]
by Craig Wright Stirling University’s very own canoe polo team took home the silver plate at the Scottish Student Sport event in Glasgow last weekend. Despite having never played together in an […]