The Wooden Floor Blogger
Glasgow Uni Wankers follows different students in their day-to-day lives. Niche blogs are on the rise and in the first episode of the series we follow Dana, one of the top five wooden floor bloggers online. Take a look and get to learn all about the struggles and joys that come with being a wooden […]
Stubborn that the spider he’s been hosting in his room for weeks is nothing but a harmless creature, Michael lets it get a little too close for comfort. This is GUST’s entry for Drama and Writing at NaSTA 2020.
See You Around
Two old friends meet up and try to reconnect during a day in summer.
Freshers’ Week 2019: Friday
Hej friënds! It may be the end of Freshers’ Week 2019, but don’t feel too sad, because we still have a great day of out-of-this-world content to get you through the blues, as well as the yellows… our first trip on Friday was to Maja’s favourite place in the world: IKEA. The next planet we […]
Freshers’ Week 2019: Wednesday
First off, we headed to the Sports Fayre in the Stevie with Dan to find out more about the 50+ sports clubs affiliated with GUSA. Then, we caught up with a very hungover Erin as she got ready for her next big night out. Rebecca had a jig with the Freshers at the SRC’s Welcome […]
GUCFS – FLUX 19
Rebecca and Sophie head down to SWG3 to check out GUCFS’s fifth annual charity fashion show. The fabulous fashionistas can all talk the talk – let’s see if they can walk the walk!
Filmed and edited in under 12 hours, HAIR explores people’s relationship to their most recognisable feature, and what it means to them and their identity.
See You On A Dark Night
A midnight stroll home takes a malicious turn. Music is “Blue Flowers” by Glasgow-based band L-Space. Check out L-Space’s Facebook, Twitter & Instagram by clicking on each one! This programme is our entry for the NaSTA 2019 Best Animation award.
Please Leave Me
After the mysterious death of her best friend Micah, Naomi begins to wonder why she can’t start grieving and whether she’ll ever be allowed to move on with her life. This programme is our entry for the NaSTA 2019 Best Writing award.
Anywhere You Go
A short film about the relationship of Beatrice and Melanie, who live in a near-future where food is scarce and the government can relocate people at their whim. Original music by Armand Daniaud.
How GUST Works
Ever wondered how our student-run TV station works? Do you want to join us? This programme will tell you all you need to know about GUST!
Freshers’ Week 2018: Thursday
We’re hoping Thursday’s coverage will leave all of you as shook as we are. We went back in time twice; the first was at the Vintage Fair where we picked up some groovy clothes. Later, our head chefs guided us through an episode of Bullseye Kitchen. We later caught up with Scott Mills & Chris […]