Rhythms of the World Event Spring 2015

Dr. Hamish Thompson February 26, 2015

Our trip started with a visit to the Hermitage just outside Dunkeld where the 3rd Earl of Breadalbane created a hall and cave in 1760 where he advertised unsuccessfully for a hermit. Fortunately none of our students took up the offer! This cave was dedicated… More

Studying in the Scottish Higher Education System

John Bennett February 26, 2015

The term is in full swing now and hopefully everyone is getting the hang of classes, tutorials, labs and other academic obligations. While you are probably finding both similarities and differences between the academic approach embraced at your home school… More

Stirling Happenings: March 2015

Emily Goetsch February 18, 2015

Art and Culture The Great Tapestry of Scotland: Through 8 March, Stirling CastlePotentially the longest tapestry in the world (beating the Kieskamma tapestry in the South African parliament by a cool 23 metres), the artwork has been worked on by people… More

St Andrews Happenings: March 2015

Emily Goetsch February 18, 2015

Art and Culture Workshop: Edit, Draft, Edit [Repeat]: 7 March, 10:30am, St Andrews LibraryAhren Warner, the poetry editor for Poetry London, a leading international poetry magazine, has been praised by the Sunday Times for his 'pizzazz, wit and – astonishing… More

Glasgow Happenings: March 2015

Emily Goetsch February 18, 2015

Art and Culture Alasdair Gray: Spheres of Influence I: Throughout March, Gallery of Modern ArtThe centrality of Alasdair Gray's work as a visual artist and writer is traceable by drawing connections between his epic work and that of the artists who've… More

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