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Peer Assessment: Is It Really Helping Us Learn?
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Peer Assessment: Is It Really Helping Us Learn?

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. Students have an array of different responses to the subject of group work and peer assessment. Some relish in being ‘the leader’, the driving force of a project where they can showcase their creativity and encourage their team members. Some quietly enjoy group tasks simply because it gives them the … Continue reading

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Best to Binge Watch: Father Ted
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Best to Binge Watch: Father Ted

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. Timeless cult classic Father Ted is a quirky, kitschy ‘90s comedy (the brainchild of Graham Linehan who also created The IT Crowd) mixing the self-reflexive with absurdity, slap-stick, and digs at religious scandals and hypocrisies to create a truly original, stand-alone sitcom revived again and again by generations of comedy … Continue reading

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News: More Than Half of LGBT Students Experience Homophobic or Transphobic Bullying
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News: More Than Half of LGBT Students Experience Homophobic or Transphobic Bullying

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. More than half of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) students have experienced homophobic or transphobic abuse in further and higher education, according to a new National Union of Students (NUS) study. The Pride and Prejudice in Education research into the extent of bullying and harassment experienced by LGBT+ students … Continue reading

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moon child // Creative Nonfiction Published by Quotidan Literary Magazine
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moon child // Creative Nonfiction Published by Quotidan Literary Magazine

My second piece of writing published in the current issue of Quotidian literary magazine went live this week! I’m so excited to have my flash creative nonfiction piece ‘Thunderstorms and Midge Swarms‘ published with Quotidian. You can now find this piece in the current issue section of the Quotidian website – along with my other … Continue reading

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moon child // ‘Sonder’ Published by Quotidian Literary Magazine
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moon child // ‘Sonder’ Published by Quotidian Literary Magazine

I’m so excited to have my short story ‘Sonder’ (definition: the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own…) published online by Quotidian literary magazine! I had a lot of fun writing this piece as it is quite different from the kind of fiction I usually write … Continue reading

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Film Review: Victor Frankenstein
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Film Review: Victor Frankenstein

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. Victor Frankenstein is an outlandish and, at times, implausible but thoroughly enjoyable twist on the legendary tale of the man who created a monster. With a rather exaggerated but electrified performance from James McAvoy as Doctor Victor Frankenstein, and Daniel Radcliffe as obedient side-kick Igor, this film tells the story … Continue reading

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Why I Love Glasgow: Anti-Rape Protest at George Square
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Why I Love Glasgow: Anti-Rape Protest at George Square

Published by The Huffington Post. I could probably list a hundred reasons why I love Glasgow, with everything from the culture, music, architecture, nightlife, and countless restaurants, to buskers and bagpipers on Buchanan Street, the Clyde, the Duke of Wellington with his ever-stylish traffic cone hat, and, of course, the people of Glasgow themselves. One … Continue reading

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Theatre Review: Beckett’s Endgame at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
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Theatre Review: Beckett’s Endgame at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Published by the Strathclyde Telegraph. ‘There’s something dripping in my head. A heart. A heart in my head.’ The stage for the opening night of Endgame at Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre is set with muted, washed out hues – mirroring the colour gradually draining from the play’s enigmatic characters. And looking down at the stage, its … Continue reading

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