Exceedingly graceful and a capital piece of panto business is Miss Osceola Martinek's appearance in an Indian dance.
Mr Sam Thomson the leading comedian, is excruciatingly funny, and Mr Harry Loftus as Captain Bailey, of the good ship Unicorn, never fails to fetch the horse with his song "onions".
"As we celebrate 50 years of innovation and excellence this accolade reinforces the quality of our research and the impact it has on society, our excellence in teaching, the skills and competencies of our graduates, and our hard-earned global reputation." Professor Pamela Gillies, principal of Glasgow Caledonian, said: "The fact we have been included for the first time highlights the great strides that we have taken forward as an institution, particularly in our research and international activity.
"Our commitment to our social mission is about more than league tables, but this ranking underlines that...
The university, which was founded in 1967, took 16th place overall in the Times Higher Education's table of the best 200 institutions globally under 50 years old.
Another Scottish institutions gaining a place in the top 100 was Stirling University, which came 46th, while Glasgow Caledonian University came in the top 150 and the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) was placed in the top 200.