There was a power cut in Pollock and wee freshers couldn’t revise

‘I think we should get special consideration for the exams for the trauma this has caused’


Wee freshers were distraught as a power cut struck Pollock leaving them unable to revise. 

Darkness fell on Pollock at midday today and the halls were blacked out for over an hour.

First years said they “screamed” as the electricty went out.

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The power cut caught out fresher theologian Yas Rana, 19, who was left in the dark, windowless toilets when it happened.

He said: “I was happily going along with my business in the Grant second floor toilet when the power cut out.

“I genuinely let out a little scream, but after a few seconds I composed myself and put my phone torch on full power so I could navigate my way around the room.”

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Fresher historian Emily Naylor, 19, added: “I think we should get special consideration for the exams for the trauma this has caused.

“I was in my friend’s room revising when it happened. It was a bit like the Walking Dead.”