Opinion

Can Trump Build the Border Wall?

Can Trump Build the Border Wall?

President Donald Trump has been a big supporter of keeping undocumented migrants out of the United States. One of his ideas, which he focused on in his election campaign was to build a wall stretching throughout the border with Mexico. He stated, “Drugs are pouring into our country at a […]

by April 16, 2018 Comments are Disabled Opinion
YouTube Shooter Angry about Treatment of Video Postings

YouTube Shooter Angry about Treatment of Video Postings

This week’s shooter at the headquarters of YouTube expressed aggression towards YouTube with respect to perceived treatment towards her channel and posted videos that she felt was disallowing her to share her message towards animal treatment. The shooter has been identified as 39 year old Nasim Aghdam, 39, and while […]

by April 4, 2018 Comments are Disabled Opinion
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Rio

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Rio

The series World Cup’s Host Cities make its final stop at the most famous Brazilian city: Rio de Janeiro. Guest writer, Danielle Amaral, listed 9 reasons to love Rio and dive into the World Cup fever. Danielle Amaral, 33, is a visual merchandiser. The World Cup has finally arrived at our […]

by July 13, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Fortaleza

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Fortaleza

The Wee G  welcome guest writer Avila Souza as part of the series World Cup’s Host Cities. And this is his take on his hometown Fortaleza. Avila Souza Oliveira, 20, is a journalism student. I’m the son of a retired military father, which implies that during my childhood we had to […]

by July 1, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Recife

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Recife

Recife, the “Brazilian Venice”, is the featured city at the World Cup’s Host Cities Series, through the eyes of guest writer Mônica Schweizer. Mônica Schweizer, 51, is a sales manager. Capital of the state of Pernambuco, located in Northeast Brazil, Recife is one of the 12 host cities of the World Cup 2014. Founded on […]

by June 7, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
Could there be Wheelchair Tennis Singles at Wimbledon in 2016?

Could there be Wheelchair Tennis Singles at Wimbledon in 2016?

Men’s Wheelchair Singles world number three Gordon Reid has told The Wee G of his cautious optimism that the Wimbledon championships may play host to a Wheelchair Singles Championships before the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Speaking as part of a feature interview with The Wee G, the Glasgow based British Number […]

by March 30, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
Confessions & Recommendations of a Gigaholic.

Confessions & Recommendations of a Gigaholic.

Calum McMillan explores some Glasgow’s local alternative music scene and why he finds it so compelling.

by March 26, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Music, Opinion, Photos
Spirited Comeback Not Enough As Clan Denied In Shootout

Spirited Comeback Not Enough As Clan Denied In Shootout

By Stewart Ross Braehead Clan lost out to Fife Flyers in a dramatic shoot-out on Saturday night at Braehead Arena, despite an inspired third period fightback. Flyers held a three nil advantage approaching the end of the second period before a Lee Esders goal just before the end of the twenty minutes, and a goal rush […]

by March 24, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Porto Alegre

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Porto Alegre

The series World Cup’s Host Cities is at the Southern corner of Brazil. Bárbara Nóbrega, is our guest writer and highlights some of the coolest places to hang out in Porto Alegre. Bárbara Nóbrega, 20, is a journalism student. Porto Alegre it’s the capital of “gaúcho” people. The city’s name means “happy harbour”. Therefore, as […]

by March 7, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Cuiabá

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Cuiabá

The World Cup’s Host Cities Series arrives at the hottest Brazilian capital, Cuiabá. Guest writer Patricia Sanches talks about food, Pantanal and patriotism. Patricia Sanches, 28, is a journalist. Euphoria, hope, disappointment and patriotism are feelings that became part of the Cuiabanos life since the announcement that the hottest of Brazil’s capital was chosen as […]

by February 7, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports