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The Glasgow Guardian 8h
~🏳️‍🌈 LGBT History Month 🏳️‍🌈~ In today’s article, Liam Dowd explores the decliminalisation of homosexuality in the UK and how, in many places, gay people are still vilified for simply being in love. Still, he argues, prejudice remains in Scotland.
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The Glasgow Guardian 14h
With two chart-topping LPs already under their belt and a third hotly anticipated for release this year, indie-rockers Bastille provide Glasgow’s O2 Academy with an unforgettable and intimate gig.
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 14
For a Valentine's Day special, our Advertising & Events Manager Hannah Patterson went on seven Tinder dates in seven days. From a girl in an open relationship to a guy at the (vegan) bar reading Bukowski, find out if she met her Prince(ss) Charming
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 14
Burning is a good film, no doubt, but it lacks a lot to be a great film, writes Film & TV Editor Manon Haag. Despite Lee Chang-dong’s directing talent, the film falls short of expectations.
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 14
Happy Valentines from the Glasgow Guardian 😘❤️❤️
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 13
"He said this as though it was an accomplishment I can put on my CV: I’ve successfully repressed one of my mental disorders to the point it’s no longer externally visible, just internal suffering - where’s my gold star?"
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 13
With advertisements for prospective summer employment now inundating social media feeds, Rebecca Scott weighs up her experience of working at an American summer camp.
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 12
It’s easy to be cynical about relying on anything technological but you’ll probably be surprised by how many people are turning to lifestyle apps. Editor Laurie Clark investigates if they can really be useful.
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 12
"We’re at a really sticky moment in history, it’s an exciting time for feminism but we have to include men, we have to include race, class. If we don’t we’re just promoting another structure, another hierarchy"
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 12
"She had us all in the palm of her hand. Having demonstrated her vocal range, intellect, beauty and songwriting ability, she was now proving that she knew how to get the audience riled up"
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 12
Sick of flower displays and chocolate hearts? Celebrate love in more fun ways this Valentine’s Day with our alternative film events’ selection
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 12
The statement explains that while the union expects the University to issue "further guidance that will apply across all the student bodies in due course"
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 11
"We now find ourselves in a political environment whereby people are more inclined to simply read a news headline or a political piece that only takes them a few seconds, and from this they have already made their mind up over the issue."
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 11
🏳️‍🌈~LGBT History Month~🏳️‍🌈 This Guardian article from 1986 covers the "Tears and Treacle" event at GFT, a series of screenings of lesbian films. The writer critiques the representation of lesbianism in the films - more than 30 years on, do you think anything has changed?
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 11
Nominations for the SRC elections are now open. Positions available include voluntary academic and welfare positions, as well as the four full-time paid sabbatical positions. The nominations will close on 22 February at 4pm
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 11
Ellen Magee reviews award-buzzing Green Book as a cheesy display of love that cannot help but force a smile on its audiences’ faces. Yet, there is something inherently wrong with how it represents real-life interracial friendship in 1960s America.
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 10
🏳️‍🌈~LGBT History Month~🏳️‍🌈 Love, Simon, a romantic feel-good teen drama was called a 'landmark of LGBTQ cinema' and a 'glorious victory' when it came out last year, making 66.32 million $ at the box office. Do you agree with the praise?
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 10
"More people will have gone to the cinema or a gig there than has attended the Art School, but it does not seem to be attracting the same support as rebuilding the Art School has"
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 10
"It is crucial to remember that many people can empathise with grief. Even though it is unlikely anyone can comfort you, what can be comforting nonetheless is talking to people who have experienced it and seeing that they are okay now."
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The Glasgow Guardian Feb 10
Kira McCarthy asks if we can ever learn to forgive and forget celebrity missteps
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