Burning issues

December 15, 1995

Glasgow University has sent out a newsletter, Prospect, to thousands of residents round its West End campus, letting them know about the exciting range of events and services which the university has to offer. The locals can look forward to an embarrassment of riches on Saturday, February 3 when they have a choice of three competing attractions: a seminar on "Burns and Women", the Scottish Early Music Consort with "Lady Hamilton's Attitudes", and another seminar on "Dealing with Sexual Harassment".

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