The Real Housewives of GUST

Episode 1: The Blind Side – A flat warming ends in all-out war as Rebecca is called out for faking her relationship and Martin is forced to address an issue he didn’t see coming. This is GUST’s entry for the 2019 NaSTA award for Best Title Sequence and Best Comedy. […]

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Freshers’ Guide 2018

Starting university is exciting, but it can be overwhelming. Whether you’re Back to the Future, a die-hard Die-Hard fan, shaken not stirred, or just a sheriff in this one-horse town – hopefully this guide to Glasgow University will help you out. Jenni Herd Producer Hope Doolan Producer Patrick Simpson Cast […]

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GUST Best Broadcaster 2018

What has GUST been up to since the last NaSTA awards? This is a 10-minute reel showcasing GUST’s vibrant spirit, with the aim of winning over the judges’ hearts and the coveted Best Broadcaster award. Patrick Simpson Producer Stuart Ritchie Producer Eilis Slater Producer Christopher Boland Producer

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Breaking the Cycle

Eating disorders affect a significant proportion of the UK’s population, but are so rarely spoken about and considered to be “taboo.” This documentary explores what it means to live with an eating disorder in today’s society, featuring interviews with people who have been through them sharing their experiences. Eilis Slater […]

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GUST’s Freshers’ Week Coverage 2017

How do you expect to remember what your Freshers’ Week was like if we’re not the ones covering it for you?! This is GUST’s NaSTA entry to the Best Freshers’ Coverage category. Christopher Boland Producer Eilis Slater Producer Patrick Simpson Producer Stuart Ritchie Producer

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Freshers’ Week Friday – 2017

And with that, we come to the end of GUST’s Freshers’ Week coverage for 2017, and we certainly go out with a bang. Journey to IKEA for some meatballs, race around Glasgow for B.A.D.G.E’s scavenger hunt before partying the night away at GUU’s Freshers’ Fiesta and QMU’s Paint Party! Patrick […]

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Freshers’ Week Thursday – 2017

It’s the penultimate day of Freshers’ Week! But Thursday proved to be packed! Learn all the Freshers’ Week essentials, try out some martial arts, then party on at QMU’s Headphone Disco and Neiked’s DJ set at GUU. Patrick Simpson Producer Christopher Boland Producer Eilis Slater Producer Stuart Ritchie Producer Andy […]

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Freshers’ Week Wednesday – 2017

We’ve reached the halfway point! But that doesn’t mean we’re slowing down our coverage. Wednesday’s packed with Sports Fayre, Welcome Ceilidh as well as Miss Peppermint’s QMU performance and GUSA’s Heroes and Villains Party at GUU! Patrick Simpson Producer Christopher Boland Producer Eilis Slater Producer Jack Hunter Producer Alex Hodgson […]

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Freshers’ Week Tuesday – 2017

Freshers’ Week continues! On Tuesday, GUST got all the lovely Freshers and Freshers’ Helpers to give us a hand with presenting the days coverage, which includes Freshers’ Fair and Laser Tag as well as Junk tape at QMU and GUU’s Space Disco! Patrick Simpson Producer Christopher Boland Producer Eilis Slater […]

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Freshers’ Week Monday – 2017

GUST’s coverage for Freshers’ Week 2017 starts here! Monday brought us the Freshers’ Address, the Grassy Knoll Fest over at GUU, whilst Prides, Clean Cut Kid and Ava Love all took the stage. Patrick Simpson Producer Christopher Boland Producer Eilis Slater Producer Stuart Ritchie Producer Andy Mitchell Cast & Crew […]

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Freshers’ Guide 2017

If you’re new to Glasgow and the university then our Freshers Guide 2017 will tell you everything you need to know to get around campus and survive the next year. Get to know the SRC, GUU, QMU, and GUSA and all the facilities the university has to offer. Eilis Slater […]

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Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours

T/W: In-depth discussion of BFRB’s, hair-pulling and skin-picking. Mentions of suicide.   GUST takes a look at what Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours are and why something so prominent has been so unheard of to the public. We’ve interviewed an expert at the University of Glasgow and two survivors of BFRB’s (being […]

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