By Peter Ewart | Contributor
17 April 2014
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08 April 2014
by Alan Clark | Deputy Editor
Sunday's Ramsdens Cup Final defeat to Raith Rovers was an extremely hard kick to the gonads of every Rangers supporter.
Despite the cup not being an important one in the grand scheme of things, it was one that everyone expected Rangers to win comfortably – especially given the fact that Queen of the South knocked them out at the quarter-final stage last season, denying a clean sweep of the trophies whilst the club is in the lower leagues.
Performances in League One in the past few months have been dire to say the least. Most of the squad seems content to turn up at the weekend, saunter about the pitch without putting in the required effort expected in a blue jersey and then go home again. Why? There's two parts to this answer.
by Alex Oliver | Contributor
For a while I’ve wanted to apply some of my psychology degree to Rangers - it was made harder by the fact I have not done any great deal in the way of sports psychology. I now have the chance, although I’m not exactly pleased about it!
There is a growing notion in psychology that there are multiple intelligences; that is there’s something more than IQ. One of the proposed additional intelligences is called ‘Emotional Intelligence’. In simple terms, it is intelligence for gauging one’s own emotions and emotions of others. Moreover, this impacts upon how an individual behaves- they can behave in an appropriate way and in a manner which will not upset others.
31 March 2014
by D'Artagnan | Guest Contributor
26 March 2014
By Dail Carnayegay | Guest Contributor
Having successfully defeated the social networkz by vanquishing the evil Zuckerberg and stealing the gold from his lair – and in turn taking over the contract on the Facebook campus bus route – Alexander ‘Sandy’ Easdale has chosen his next target. And this time it’s Stanford serious.
It’s Sandy Easdale v Google.
(Editor’s note: Google search can and will bring different results tailored to your individual ways and lifestyle choices, so some of you may care to give this a miss lest you find some videos we really don’t want to see passed around the Internet)
Let’s imagine you have some spare time on your short commute and wish to take advantage of the free Wi-Fi on your McGill’s bus. You think to yourself, “I’d like to find out some more about Mr. Sandy Easdale.”