The 11th November 2018 marks 100 years of the Armistice of World War I. This was a world war of industrial means and massive casualties. These deaths are marked all around Scotland on war memorials that remind us of the millions that died in this war… More
November in Scotland is filled with festivals and fireworks. To start the month, bonfires and fireworks to commemorate Guy Fawkes Night abound. At the end of the month, celebrate Scotland’s patron saint, Andrew.
It is that time of year: pumpkins, the crunch of leaves on the ground, and spooky activities! Embrace the colder weather and Halloween spirit with a range of activities around Scotland from pumpkin carvings to ghost tours!
It's that time of year again! With the Edinburgh Centre ready to welcome new students to Scotland, and knowing that finding your feet in a new city can be difficult, we thought we'd share some suggestions of where to start exploring!
From markets that… More
“Nations and peoples are largely the stories they feed themselves. If they tell themselves stories that are lies, they will suffer the future consequences of those lies. If they tell themselves stories that face their own truths, they will free their… More