With just five days to go until we all head to the polls for yet another vote, it’s time for us to make up our minds on where we’ll place the cross on 8 June. I think it’s clear to say that a lot has actually changed since we last voted in a General… Read More General Election 2017: it’s an important day
“They bullied me for being fat, being different, liking different things and then when they got wind of the fact I liked girls, that’s when the physical abuse started.”
So… Trump’s happening. It’s going not too bad, huh? Inaugurated just over a week ago, it feels like the man has been in power for a lifetime. He’s got one of the most powerful jobs on earth – a title many describe as the ‘leader of the free world’. The term ‘free’ has become more… Read More Trump
Everyone says it, I know, but each time it’s been said to me, I’ve just brushed past it like ‘yeah, I know’ and not thought much more of it. I wish I had thought more of it. This last month has been one of the hardest times I have ever been through, but the whole thing… Read More Life is too short
It’s September, the summer has passed, and thousands of students are about to descend on Scotland’s cities to return to university and college. For the ‘fresh meat’ it can be quite a daunting prospect. Moving away from home for the first time, being forced to make friends – and enemies – with people you’ve never… Read More Starting Uni: The survival guide!
It’s been a long, long summer for students up and down the country – myself included – but the time has finally come to move back to the cities, settle in and get ready for another term of ‘hard work’. Many have already moved back, I did it this weekend passed, but yet it feels… Read More Where is my beloved SAAS?
Aberdeenshire has been found to have one of the highest rates of exclusions in Scotland relating to the involvement in weapon assaults in schools An STV report revealed that the area has excluded 60 youngsters in the past five years for being involved in armed assaults while at school – the fifth highest in Scotland.… Read More Weapons in school: Still a problem for Aberdeenshire