By Sean Whitelaw Football supporters are notorious for their commitment when it comes to watching their teams play. We often see, particularly in Scotland, the numbers in attendance when Celtic and Rangers […]
“As an ex-journalist, the story of going out on top was too perfect to resist!”, tells former student turned American football player
By Chris Toner Mikey Reynolds (Image: Katie Stepek) A former UWS student has spoken of his “perfect” retirement from playing American football by bowing out as a national champion. Mikey Reynolds, of […]
“I’m just very excited to get started” – Third year student Sam Smeeth looks forward to UWS challenge
By Sean Boyle As University gets underway, some third year students may be starting University life for the first time. Whereas fourth year students are returning from the previous year, though some […]
By Peter Quinn The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust is welcoming visitors for the first “Open Sunday” of the year this week, on April 3. Their garage in Bridgeton, Glasgow will be open […]
By Peter Quinn AWH Pro-Tect Founder and Director Angie McPike has paid tribute to the ways in which her organisation’s impressive new facilities have allowed them to help even more people than […]
By Amy Baird and Peter Quinn An Ayr businesswoman spoke exclusively to UWS News over her fears for her family who are caught in the midst of the war in Ukraine. Olga […]
By Rebecca Tierney It was announced yesterday that rival bus companies National Express and Stagecoach have agreed to a merger that will result in a combined firm worth £1.9bn. The proposed merger […]
UWS has announced two new partnerships with Motherwell and Hamilton Academical Women’s Football Clubs as it aims to be the leader in sports and exercise science research. And part of the partnership […]
By Peter Quinn MA Broadcast Journalism students’ radio bulletin, delivered at 3pm on Monday, November 22.
By Peter Quinn MA Broadcast Journalism students’ radio bulletin at 2pm on Monday November 22.