Scotland: “still a long way to go”: The Student, 18/10/84

Posted on October 17, 2014 | in Research & Learning Services | by

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The digitised 18 October 1984 edition of The Student is now available to read online.

Catching the headlines this week:

  • Secretary of State for Scotland George Younger describes the “massive disinterest” in Scotland on the subject of devolution;

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  • Controversy rages over a EUSA sabbatical officer’s part-time role at the BBC;

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  • Details of a “mega” party to celebrate the 20th birthday of a Pollock Halls residential house are revealed;

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  • The University’s Rugby team clinch a win over Grangemouth, despite off-field distractions.

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Read the original articles, and more, at https://libraryblogs.is.ed.ac.uk/thestudent/

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