This summer sees some changes in qmunicate with an all new front cover and ‘Words of a Boardie’ that let’s you in to the day-to-day running of the QMU.
We respond to criticism over Nightline coverage, discuss the state of feminism at Glasgow University and so much more!
Shiny new issue of qmunicate on campus now! Including a big story on exactly how and why Glasgow’s art scene has been able to and continues to flourish. Only problem is, since publishing this new piece of legislation (commencing as of 1st April 2012) has been publicised, and it looks like it may threaten the future of Glasgow’s vibrant and thriving culture. We’ve signed the petition and reckon you should do: http://www.change.org/petitions/the-scottish-government-scrap-public-entertainment-licence-fees
Enjoy the issue!
Issue 93 see’s us focus on Scotland, make various joking attempts to tell your future, review the Maccabees and bring you the new years news
Issue 91 sees qmunicate’s (temporary) reinvention as a tabloid to cope with the recent controversy and scandal on campus concerning the resignation of Stuart Ritchie, former GUSRC President. We also have an interview with the Glasgow City Council candidate who’s campaigning for the legalisation of all drugs, advice for coping with the graduate job market, plus the usual snarky qmunicuts and reviews of Justice’s and The Twilight Sad’s new material. Enjoy!
As always, let us know what you think in the comments or by emailing us at email@example.com. If you want to get involved keep an eye on our facebook page, twitter account and pop into our regular meetings, held at 1730 on Wednesdays in the Queen Margaret Union.
This issue we’ve got a look at native appropriation, news on the GSA developments and an interview with up-and-comers Niki & the Dove. Complaints, queries and love letters to be left in the comments or to qmunicate.magazinegmail.com as usual. Big love.