By Harris Cumming THREE million deaths worldwide. Thousands left with long term side effects. Seemingly endless periods of isolation and loneliness. These are just some of the cruel realities which the Covid […]
Some of the MA class VO/OOVS on Covid-19 utilising video shot by the lecturer and MediaPoint Scotland press release information.
A collection of social shorts from our MA class of 2021 on topical issues facing Scottish and Irish residents in Spring 2021
As Scotland’s youngest pupils begin a phased return to schools next Monday, a mother-of-three and a primary school teacher share their perspectives.
The Scottish government has outlined a plan for school kids to return to classrooms full time after the 22nd of February The plan is for kids in primary one to three to […]
By Layla Maguire Despite the developments with the COVID-19 vaccination, there is no cure for the mental distress that the pandemic has caused millions of people across the globe. The effects of […]
The pandemic sweeping the nation has had a disastrous impact to the livelihood of many U.K citizens, specifically those in the music and entertainment industry. With no gigs to play and no […]
By Kevin Craigens Trade Unions are calling for food retail workers to be vaccinated as a priority alongside other key workers, such as NHS staff and support workers. This comes in the […]
By Sandrine Wyrich (@SunnyWyrich_) The 27th edition of the Handball World Championships has reached its semi final stage ahead of concluding on Sunday. A total of 32 teams have been competing in […]
Students wary of Remote Graduate Jobs – “I Don’t Think I Could Cope with that, and I Know I’m Not the Only One.”
By Colin Falconer (cs_rose1) Graduate positions are a massive point of concern for students this year in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and the reality of going into a remote working […]