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Protest

Protest

One of the most visible forms of political activity on campus are the demonstrations and protests which occur every now and then. The most recent one at Glasgow was a series of anti-war and anti-occupation protests in solidarity with the people of Gaza back in the first few months of the year. I say most visible because they’re the ones with the megaphones, and usually have the loudest signs about them. Case in point: “World’s #1 Terrorist”.

Political activity is a part of the University experience for many, as there are many political parties and other such organizations working on campus, trying to recruit fresh ideological blood which in many cases blooms during the University years.

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  1. We have included your blog in our guide Around The World.

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