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Political Philosophy

Political Philosophy

Books, books, and more books. Not long to go before it’s back to the wonderful world of academic journals and books. I start of Year 2 of Politics with Political Philosophy (most of the above is part of my reading list).

Because the actual academic year hasn’t begun yet, I won’t ask you to read something along the lines of the above. Instead, I highly suggest that you check out the SRC’s The Guide 2009/2010, “The ultimate guide to living and learning in Glasgow”. It covers everything a first year student needs to know about studying at the University and more. If you’re not a first year student you might still want to read it through or at least glance at it as you might find something that you didn’t know of.

You can download The Guide in .PDF format by clicking here, or you can read it online in iPaper format by going to As Freshers’ Week 09 approaches, I suggest you follow the SRC on Twitter and become their fan on Facebook to stay up to date with all the coming events. Check out while you’re at it.

Right, I’m off to the Hunterian Art Gallery to see the Edvard Munch Prints which are on display until September 5th. (If you’re in Glasgow and haven’t gone to see the exhibit yet, you don’t much time so hop to it!) More info here.

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