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The Glasgow Guardian 3h
Lewis Paterson talks the plight of the men’s Scotland national football team
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The Glasgow Guardian 4h
As someone that suffers from bipolar disorder, what struck me the most about the show's treatment of mental illness was how effectively it handled the issue of being "the burden"
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The Glasgow Guardian 15h
Our Film & TV Editor Manon Haag gives us a sneak peak of the celebration of Korean cinema right here in Glasgow
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The Glasgow Guardian 17h
“Not only is suffering from the condition often intensely distressing but the word psychosis or psychotic is often misconstrued as meaning psychopathic, or worse maniacal.”
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The Glasgow Guardian 21h
“I always believe you should make what you love, what you think is missing. You should be filling a void that you think is there.”
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The Glasgow Guardian 24h
“Glasgow councils need to do right by their people, especially their most vulnerable, and do something about it soon, before the water gets too deep.”
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 16
Braveheart but fact-checked: Netflix’s Outlaw King might be Scotland’s biggest ever film production but it’s probably not its most memorable cultural moment
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
"In these times, the media is needed more than ever, to ensure people understand the facts through the fabrications and to hold those in positions of power to account"
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
The Rosey Project is a support and prevention profest at the Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis. The first event for the Rosey Fest will be club night held at The Rum Shack on 16 November
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
GULGBT+ and GUSA are working together on a protect to tackle LGBT+ discrimination in sport. The project has been kicked off with an anonymous survey
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
The Glasgow Guardian catches up with Cal Mac and Zoe Kirkland; two art students who, frustrated with traditional galleries, decided to put on an exhibition in the basement of a bar. Check out Hings n Bits exhibition at the Rum Shak TODAY
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
In previous years, the 24 hour opening times was only during exam periods. However, the University has told The Glasgow Guardian that the library will now remain open 24 hours a day
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
"I think you become emotionally numb to it and I think it's unclear what you can do about it." Pulitzer Prize winner Clare Baldwin on public desensitisation to horrific news
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
"Something I want to work on as a student is how best to communicate to people who don't normally listen to stories like mine." Chessy Prout on the prevalence of sexual assault in society
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
"There's a piece of humanity that gets lost. I was fifteen years old when I was sexually assaulted and I became 'the accuser', 'the 15 year old victim'. I think it's important for journalists to remember that we are human beings." Cheesy Prout
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
Investigative Reporter Stephen Grey says that media organisations cover the murder of journalists neutrally without checking into the circumstances that lead to their deaths. "We need to be more engaged."
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
"I continue to wake up every day expecting something violent to happen because there are still zero consequences." Matthew Caruana Galizia, son of the murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, says he wasn't shocked that it was a car bomb that killed his mother
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
Bellingcat's Aliaume Leroy gives advice on getting into new open source journalism: "Get on twitter because there is that community of open source investigators who are amazing human beings."
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 15
Kicking off today with speakers from Bellingcat and BBC Africa Eye on the power of open-source journalism and social media in contemporary investigations
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The Glasgow Guardian Nov 14
"Current mental health rhetoric urges people struggling to seek help, but clearly this isn't enough if services are failing to answer their needs when they do summon the courage or energy to reach out."
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