Want to get over your ghost? Expect their handbook excuses By Rory Morrow Social interactions, of course, can occur in all manner of form, shaped by, well, who knows? Fate? A higher power? Coincidence? Luck, good or bad, depending, inevitably on the context of the person and the interaction. A chance meeting on campus, theContinue reading “Ghosting: The Handbook”
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FEATURE: OPINION – “Jingle Bells, Our Government Smells”
Current Affairs Editor Sean Mulryan reports on the recent revelation that a Christmas party was held in Downing Street last year.
FEATURE: Strikes 2021: Why I Changed Sides
As the strikes-saga debate comes to a close, the Gown’s Political Editor, Luke Tinsley, offers his final arguments in favour of strike action.
OPINION: Queen’s University offers Statement on Strike Action: Where Do They Fit?
Editor-in-Chief, Aidan Lomas, focuses his thoughts on the proposed strike action and the role Queen’s University is playing in them.
OPINION: Hillary Clinton: The Contentious Chancellor
Garrett Byrne offers his thoughts on why the appointment of Chancellor Clinton last week is more controversial than some institutions are letting on.