This week, all LBGT+ identities at Stirling are being celebrated.
The changes to the current pension scheme could leave lecturers worse off.
Campus becomes a winter wonderland, classes are cancelled – enjoy the snow while it lasts!
Brig investigates if Stirling really is the University of Love
The University of Stirling has banned dogs in all buildings from January 1 2018 in a bid to secure the safety and well-being of both students and staff.
Joseph Mifsud, who was revealed as one of the intermediaries between the Trump campaign and the Russian government during last year’s US presidential election, has resigned from his post at Stirling University.
PolSoc president and international politics student Margareta Rončević has been working with the ONE Campaign to tackle extreme poverty and sexism at the European Parliament.
The ‘Save Our Student Union’ motion will be put to students at a new General Meeting.
Union President Astrid Smallenbroek explains what the #SpeakYourMind campaign is and how you can get involved.
Two Stirling students will compete in this week’s Scottish Mixed Doubles Curling Championships in Aberdeen.