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The Conversation Continues

The 2014 Scottish Referendum was created to be the end of conversation. by Jade Campos After over 300 years in the United Kingdom, 2014 would be the deciding moment for Scotland — whether to become an independent nation or remain in the union. There were a number of issues that Scottish citizens worried about — […]

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It's nonnegotiable

The tradition of Scottish Gaelic: Keeping the language alive Calum Ferguson felt his Gaelic slipping once he left school. Born in Inverness, Scotland, Ferguson’s ancestry was intertwined with the language — his full Gaelic name being Calum McFhearghais — though his parents didn’t know it very well. They wanted their son to keep the tradition […]

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