25th May 2007 at 01:00
Graeme Hyslop, principal of Langside College, has been tracking changes in the last six decades, as the college celebrates its 60th anniversary.

He discovered one of his predecessor's photographs was lined up alongside a picture of Winston Churchill, while a later incumbent was adjacent to Nelson Mandela. And which luminary matched Mr Hyslop's place on the college timeline? Dolly the Sheep.

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