by Leanne Mckenzie Police threw tear gas into a crowd of “kettled” protesters in Warsaw on Wednesday evening. Demonstrators had come together for the fourth week running after a Constitutional Tribunal ruling […]
Student Journalism output from BA and MA students at UWS
By Sandrine Wyrich (@SunnyWyrich_) The European Curling Championships were set to get underway this weekend in Lillehammer, Norway. However, Covid-19 took the competition off the ice and left Europe’s top teams hogged. […]
by Leanne Mckenzie Stefan Livingston’s love of music is evident from the moment he begins to speak to us, via ZOOM, from what looks suspiciously like his bedroom. You see, music is […]
BY COLIN FALCONER With more and more focus being put on the equality of women in sport with organisations such as Anyone’s Game covering the Scottish Women’s Premier League. With the women’s […]
BY MEG MONTAGUE On the 18th of March, the Glasgow-based band, Icarus Moon, announced on their Facebook page that all of their upcoming shows had been cancelled. They had been set to […]
By Sandrine Wyrich (@SunnyWyrich_) A groundbreaking study undertaken by UEFA and the Scottish FA has praised the value of the Ayr United Football Academy (AUFA) to its local community and the promotion […]
BY KEVIN CRAIGENS (@KCraigens) LIKE saving a shot on goal Abbie Little has put football on hold while she settles into her studies and a new home. The former Ayr United Women’s […]
The latest news and sports headlines from 4th Year BA Journalism and Sports Journalism Students at 1pm on Friday the 6th of November.
The latest news and sports headlines from 4th Year BA Journalism and Sports Journalism Students at 11am on Friday the 6th of November.
By Arooj Malik Republicans or Democrats, Trump or Biden is there a difference? Today the fate of America will be determined once again- will the country decide on Trump for another term […]