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Fraser Nicoll The results of the Glasgow Caledonian University full-time officer elections for have been revealed, with the highest ever voting turnout. Eilidh Fulton was elected to be Student President for 2019/2020 with Moses Apiliga, Susan Docherty and Bethany Stevenson voted in as Vice Presidents.  In her winning speech, Eilidh said: “I told everyone I wouldn’t write a speech because […]

Siobhan Macdonald Veganism is becoming increasingly popular, and Glasgow is no exception to the plant-based scene. Glasgow is an extremely vegan friendly city, and will see the Scotland Vegan Festival come to Hampden Park from 10:30am – 4:30pm on Saturday 9th March. There will be over 100 stalls to look around, free samples to taste, […]

Siobhan Macdonald Glasgow University scrubbed up well at this year’s Charity Fashion Show (GUFCS). The fifth annual show, FLVX19, was raising money for Simon Community Scotland. The event hosted at SWG3 Galvanisers on February 24th was a huge success showcasing the work of some amazingly talented designers in aid of a very good cause. GUFCS […]

 Erin Maguire Brendan Rodgers has been appointed first team manager at Leicester City FC. The Northern Irishman leaves Celtic Football Club where he won seven consecutive domestic trophies over two and a half seasons and became the first to win a double treble.  Rodgers has signed a contract which will see him remain at the Premier League side until […]

Ema Sabljak Set in 1975 in Angola, at the very height of a civil war, Another Day of Life immerses the audience into a new format of the “docu-drama” – one in which the narrative is built not by actors, but by animation.  The film maintains familiar elements of a documentary, inserting interviews and old […]

Katharina Moos Bille I know they say you find love when you least expect it, but finding it in the process of getting kidnapped as a front for you to get out of your arranged marriage and smuggled across country borders, seems highly unlikely.  The Wedding Guest follows the emotionally distant Jay who is hired […]

Ema Sabljak In 2008, tragedy struck Mumbai as a terrorist organisation carried out twelve coordinated attacks, placing the city in a state of fear for four days.  It is this very tragedy that is told by Hotel Mumbai, shown as its UK Premier at the Glasgow Film Festival, focusing on the attacks on the opulent […]

Katharina Moos Bille The Swedish film Border (originally Gräns) is one of the stranger showings at this year’s Glasgow Film Festival.  The fantasy film is directed by Ali Abbassi who also wrote the screenplay based on the short story Let the Old Dreams Die alongside Isabella Eklöf and John Ajvide Lindqvist.  The Oscar nomination for […]

Katharina Moos Bille In an eye-opening insight into institutional religion in the US and ethnic bias, Assia Boundaoui weaves together a portrait of the strong and warm community that has endured it.  The documentary The Feeling of Being Watched portrays the Muslim community in Bridgeview, Chicago and how the FBI’s so-called Vulture Betrayal investigation instilled […]

It came as no shock that the TRNSMT line-up was massively hyped and everybody was standing by their phones to watch the acts be revealed live on Facebook. However, when the artists were eventually released, there wasn’t the reaction the organisers were hoping for. TRNSMT will see a host of acts take to the stage […]

Erin Maguire The Red Hot Chilli Pipers have breathed new life into Glasgow-born singer Tom Walker’s hit single “Leave A Light On” in a bid to raise money for Nordoff Robbins. The group performed alongside Tom in a busking session on Buchanan Street in January before videos of the re-imagined track went viral. Read more: Tom […]

Siobhan MacDonald Whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day with the love of your life, or having a ‘galentines’ day with your friends Glasgow has so much to offer for this holiday. It’s hard to splash out for date nights when you’re a student, so I’m keeping this list as student friendly as possible since we all […]

Fraser Nicoll and Abbie Meehan Rachel McLachlan, second-year physiotherapy student at Glasgow Caledonian university, was part of the Scotland squad to take on Italy on Friday night. The tie was part of the opening round of fixtures in the women’s six nations championships. However, Scotland lost out to their Italian visitors 28-7 in front of a home crowd at […]

Actor and musician Hugh Jackman is set to stop in Glasgow in his first world tour. The Academy Award-nominated performer announced he is bringing his The Man, The Music show to the city on May 7 and 8 of this year. He will be accompanied by a live orchestra and performing songs from films including […]

Fraser Nicoll With the sub-zero temperatures this week in Glasgow, many of us have been rushing indoors and out of the cold. For the thousands of homeless people on the streets however, this is not sostraightforward. With temperatures forecast to remain below freezing this weekend, theGlasgow winter night shelter remains open to rough sleepers. The facility, […]

Abbie Meehan Twin Atlantic are looking to light up the main stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds festival, in a line-up sending waves through the music community. Fellow Scottish band CHVRCHES are also playing, ending the weekend alongside Bastille on the BBC Radio 1 stage. Chloe Burrell, Head of Music at Radio Caley, had […]

Glasgow-born singer Tom Walker took to Buchanan Street this afternoon in an impromptu busking session. The 27-year-old stood atop the steps outside the Royal Concert Hall with his guitar and backing musicians. He delighted a crowd of onlookers to a series of tunes, before finishing with the song that catapulted him to stardom: Leave a […]

What’s better than a good night of karaoke? One hosted by Radio Caley of course! Glasgow Caledonian Universities’ student radio station are happy to announce our welcome back event for Trimester B with Radio Caleyoke! We’ll be holding the event of the 12th of February in the Re:Union Bar and Grill located in the GCU […]

GCU is coming out and getting the party started. To celebrate National Coming Out Day 2018, the university’s LGBT+ Liberation group is holding a party in its honour. National Coming Out Day was originated back in 1987 when half a million people marched for gay and lesbian rights, since then every year on October 11 th National […]

Post Malone is coming to Glasgow in his first ever European tour. The artist announced today that he would be taking his music across Europe in 2019, and stopping in Scotland along the way. The announcement comes just weeks after dropping his newest music video for the song “Better Now”. He’ll be coming to Glasgow’s […]