A former Cardiff University student, Mr McLaren had worked for the institution's student-produced publication, Gair Rhydd, during his time as an undergraduate after leaving his family home in Worcestershire to move to the Welsh capital in 1996.
What does GR stand for?
GR stands for Gair Rhydd (student newspaper, Cardiff, Wales)
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- Government Quality Test/Testing
- Generalized Quantum Turing Machine
- Global Quality Tracking System
- Graduate Quality of University Experience (project and report; Ohio State University)
- Group Qualifying Volume
- Generalized Quasi-Variational Inequalities
- Great Qin Warriors (video game)
- Gabriel Richard (high school; Riverview, Michigan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
James spoke to him in December 2009 for Cardiff University student newspaper Gair Rhydd.
Mr Churchill thinks that he knows my writings and publications inside out, hence his assertion that he does not "remember these brave outraged defenders of free speech saying anything in support of Tom Wellingham when in 2006 he was suspended after the student newspaper he edited, Gair Rhydd, published the infamous Danish images of Mohammed".
I don't remember these brave "outraged" defenders of free speech saying anything in support of Tom Wellingham when in 2006 he was suspended after the student newspaper he edited, Gair Rhydd, published the infamous Danish images of Mohammed.
Steven Brown Brynheulog Terrace, Tylorstown, Ferndale Editor's note: Gair Rhydd, Free Word, is the title of Cardiff's student newspaper withdrawn after the same cartoon was printed in it.
The Cardiff University-based Gair Rhydd newspaper decided to reprint one of the caricatures originally published in a Danish paper.
The shortlists are: Best Newspaper: Cherwell, Oxford; Gair Rhydd, Cardiff; London Student; Nouse, York; York Vision, York.
Ms Hale is a graduate of Cardiff University Law School where she wrote regularly for the award-winning student newspaper Gair Rhydd and took part in the Innocence Project UK, working alongside the journalismschool to analyse media coverage of convictions of prisoners with life sentences.