Une Revolution sans Revolution: Scotland & the Panama Papers

By Amy Westwell Tait Masters Student of Literature in Intellectual History  In the early days of the French Revolution, a curious phenomenon occurred. Aristocrats who held provincial privileges, titles, and rights to land, legislated to destroy their own privilege. Later they would explicitly ban insignia adorning houses: coats of arms and weathercocks. Did they partake in this masochistic…

The True Cost of Free University Tuition

By Dominic Nolan Correspondent, Economics and International Relations Undergraduate Student All is not as it appears in Scottish higher education, a system which is held up as a bastion of social progressiveness by many. Scotland is the only nation of the United Kingdom which does not charge its students tuition fees, which some have argued…