Posts by Floraidh Clement...
Black History Month: Confronting Glasgow’s Colonial Past
Glasgow University Students’ Representative Council invite you to join a fantastic panel drawn from a range of specialisms to explore how the city of Glasgow can confront its colonial past and relationship with the slave trade.
Class rep training open for sign-up
If you have completed training in the last four years, you will not have to do so again.
LGBT+ History Month 2017
There’s no better time to show pride in our history and culture than LGBT+ History Month, and here at the University of Glasgow, we are ready! From 1st to 28th February, all the student bodies and lots of societies on campus bring you a myriad of events to celebrate, remember and discuss our continued fight for liberation.
Class rep training sign-up opens
Class rep training is provided by the SRC twice a year, giving students the tools to tackle issues and represent students effectively.
Student Carers’ Lunches 2017
After some positive feedback, the SRC will be hosting regular Carers’ Lunches for student carers at Glasgow University.
University of Glasgow Debt Policy
Following CMA intervention, the University of Glasgow will not prevent students from graduating or re-enrolling because of non-tuition fee debts.
Quiet Spaces on Campus – Winter 2016
With the Winter Exam Diet underway, the SRC this year is promoting Quiet Spaces on Campus.
Pop Up Study Spaces Winter 2016
We know how difficult it can be to get a space in the Library, so we did our best to sort out for you some free spaces on campus. Whether you want to study in a group, get your head down in a quiet room or only be with students from your subject, we have loads of rooms for you. A full listing of the available large spaces for individual study and small (bookable) rooms for group study are available below.
Glasgow University’s tuition fee increase: a response from Principal Anton Muscatelli
The Principal has responded to the letter the SRC Exec penned in response to the news that Glasgow University would be increasing tuition fees.