Meet the Team: Anni Payne

Anni, 4th year Philosophy and Comparative Literature, Music Editor

Who are you?

My name’s Anni and I mostly grew up in France despite being born in Essex, so I usually choose to say that I’m from there instead because pretending to be French is classier, bien sûr. I’m a fourth year student doing Philosophy and Comparative Literature, and my favourite hobby is probably just laughing at my own bad jokes.

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Upcoming Gigs in Qudos

From Queen in the 70s and Nirvana and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers in the early 90s, to Sigala, Dillinger Escape Plan and, most recently, Prides, the QMU’s very own Qudos is no stranger to welcoming a diverse range of familiar names to its stage, and with a capacity of 900 including a balcony and spacious standing area, we’re proud to say that Glasgow Uni’s campus is home to a great venue which still has plenty to offer. Here are a list of live events to watch out for in the near future!

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Glasgow’s Music Scene

If there’s one place that’s buzzing with music, it’s Glasgow. Music runs in this city’s veins, everywhere from the fact that it hosts a staggering 130 gigs on average per week to the more tangible experience of being invited to Facebook events every month because half a dozen of your pals just happen to be in local bands.

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Your Hogwarts Guide To Campus

Image courtesy of Imogen Whiteley

Congratulations – you’re a wizard, Harry. UCAS the Sorting Hat has placed you in the very capable hands of Glasgow University where the magic happens, and luckily for you, we’ve provided a step-by-step Marauder’s Map guide to help you find your way around campus!

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