From Making $50 a Week as a Radio DJ to Interviewing Mother Teresa, Jim Clancy, UWS Journalism Guest Lecturer

With students and staff not permitted on campus due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, UWS Journalism lecturer James Mahon launches a Video Guest Lecture series via Microsoft Teams with 6 leading journalists from across the world.  Jim Clancy has done it all with a career spanning 50 years covering wars, political coups, famines and some of the defining moments in recent history as a broadcast journalist. A Bureau chief across the world for CNN and an Emmy winner he shares insights into what it takes to make it to the very top of international journalism. Continue reading From Making $50 a Week as a Radio DJ to Interviewing Mother Teresa, Jim Clancy, UWS Journalism Guest Lecturer

2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games postponed over Covid-19 fears

By Sarah Livingston The 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan have been postponed. The Games, which were originally scheduled to take place from July 24 – August 9, will now take place no later than the summer … Continue reading 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games postponed over Covid-19 fears

UWS Ayr Campus international students returning to their countries as COVID-19 spreads

By Nora Garcia The UWS Ayr Campus advised last Friday for their students ‘’not to attend campuses from the 16th of March’’ as a consequence of the spread of the coronavirus. After that announcement, UWS International students started to get … Continue reading UWS Ayr Campus international students returning to their countries as COVID-19 spreads

UWS TV, “On Ayr” February 2019

Presented by Eszter Tarnai and Sarah Peddie with reports from Jack Ewing, Amy Park, Alex Doherty, Scott Bevan and Anais Mampuya. Sports reports and analysis  from Darren Weir and Sandrine Wyrich. Directed by Sarah Heckes, technical consultant Gareth Malone.   Continue reading UWS TV, “On Ayr” February 2019

Colectiv nightclub fire survivor shares his thoughts on 3 year anniversary

by: Eszter Tarnai A survivor of the Romanian nightclub fire that killed 64 people today revealed how he believes the fire was part of an attempted Government coup. Architecture student Alex Plingu said: “It is very hard to imagine killing your own … Continue reading Colectiv nightclub fire survivor shares his thoughts on 3 year anniversary