Snowden Elected Rector at Glasgow University
Though he'll still be in Russia
Intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden has been elected to the post of student rector at Glasgow University.
The former US National Security Agency contractor fled from his homeland last May after revealing extensive details of internet and phone surveillance.
He is currently staying in Russia where he has temporary asylum.
The rector is the students' elected representative. Mr Snowden succeeds the Liberal Democrats' former leader Charles Kennedy.