The Architecture building is being destroyed by Storm Doris


Storm Doris has been a bit of a joke today, but it seems the freak weather has actually turned serious. The award winning Stirling building’s glass panes have cracked in the Architecture building, leaving students work potentially exposed to the storm.

Architecture students were sent an email telling them that the building should not be used.

The storm has also broken a  window in the SJ. The latch of a window in the Abercromby 2nd floor silent study area has snapped off, meaning the window can’t be closed. Yellow ‘danger’ tape has been put up around the window frame.

Hopefully she’ll ravage the Cypress building next so we can get rid of the horrible thing.

The university have finally released a statement about the storm advising students of how to stay safe.