The Long History of Ghost In The Shell

27th March 2017
by Andrew Jamieson This year sees Ghost In The Shell, the manga (a Japanese comic for the uninitiated), turn twenty-eight...
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First Impressions of Kathmandu

27th March 2017
by Rupert Wolfe Murray Flying in from the Middle East. Glimpses of the Himalayas, a high barrier of mountain that...
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GAMER’S VIEW: Batman: The Telltale Series

24th March 2017
by Thomas Neil Batman: The Telltale Series presents a fun and engaging detective game with fresh takes on well-known characters,...
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Return to Nepal

22nd March 2017
by Rupert Wolfe Murray Before I write about my observations of Nepal, I want to describe my last visit to...
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A Wall is A Screen

21st March 2017
by Danny Mackay The Hamburg Collective returned to Glasgow with their event, ‘A Wall is A Screen’ (AWIAS) on the...
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Len Deighton’s SS-GB – the book!

15th March 2017
by Rupert Wolfe Murray En-route to Nepal, I read about the occupation of one country by another and thought about...
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If there is another Scottish referendum how would I vote?

14th March 2017
by Jack Anderson In 2014 I voted to stay part of the UK. I did this because I’m British, born...
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Freedom Found by Sara Travelyan – Book Launch

7th March 2017
by Rupert Wolfe Murray How do I review a book I have never read? Easy – write about the launch....
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Frightfest 2017 – Best & Worst

1st March 2017
by Stephanie Allard "I just don't see the appeal in horror movies!" The words uttered by an usher to an...
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What was the Soviet Bloc Really Like?

23rd February 2017
by Rupert Wolfe Murray Soviet Russia was a very visual place, for all the wrong reasons. The colours were dark...
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Scottish horror fans get ready for Frightfest!

21st February 2017
by Stephanie Allard The event of the year is only 2 days away. That’s right, as part of the Glasgow...
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2017 Oscars – Whites! Camera! Action!

21st February 2017
by Peter Callaghan Given the lack of diversity in last year's Oscar shortlist, which gave rise to the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite,...
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When breakups become ART

11th February 2017
by Mireia Prats Llivina Walking along the streets of the Upper Town in Zagreb (Croatia) we can find an extremely...
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Do Scots like Unions?

11th February 2017
by Caroline Malcolm-Boulton In 1603, Queen Elizabeth I of England died without an heir. As a result, her closest Protestant...
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Subcultures still last, or a thing of the past?

4th February 2017
by Paula Smith A typical subculture is a smaller group of individuals who share interest, mannerisms and often clothing, which...
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