Glasgow University Student Television

Rockin’ Around the GUSTmas Tree

Rockin’ Around the GUSTmas Tree

Lifestyle, December 14, 2018

As the Christmas season is now fully underway, please enjoy this video of our GUSTies celebrating and enjoying the festive period! We wish you all a Merry Christmas, and a very Happy New Year!

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Beer Pong 3

Beer Pong 3

Sports, November 30, 2018

You asked for it? NO. You wanted it? NO. Well here it is anyway, episode three of GUST’s sports studio tradition: Beer Pong. However, this time with a twist, watch established GUSTies take on a team of up and coming freshers.

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GhostGUSTers – The Resurrection

GhostGUSTers – The Resurrection

Science, November 12, 2018

GhostGUSTers is back! Almost. Ahead of the first episode of the revived series, GUST takes a look back at the spooky adventures of an iconic GhostGUSTer and a look forward to the new team that has taken over. Who you gonna call?

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How GUST Works

How GUST Works

Clubs & Societies, September 25, 2018

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!

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Friday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Friday

Freshers' Week, September 15, 2018

We started with a bang and we ended with a boom, boom, skidi pap pap. Woo! In our final Freshers’ Coverage for 2018, we picked up some stuff for our flats in IKEA, then tried to measure our longest yeet ever. Later on, we did some decibel-appropriate dancing at GUU’s Headphone Disco, then got covered […]

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Thursday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Thursday

Freshers' Week, September 14, 2018

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 […]

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Wednesday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Wednesday

Freshers' Week, September 13, 2018

It was an action-packed Wednesday here at Glasgow Uni: first, we zoomed around the Sports Fayre to check out all the clubs GUSA has to offer. Next, we drank some cocktails and played some boardgames for Cocks and Boards (and found out alcohol defo improves your Scrabble abilities). At night, we tagged along to both […]

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Tuesday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Tuesday

Freshers' Week, September 12, 2018

What do two communists going around the Freshers’ Fair, the infamous GUST Flash Quiz, Glasgow-based rockers Honeyblood and a bunch of tipsy folks doing some mass karaoke have in common? That’s right, it’s Tuesday of Freshers’ Week. As always, we’re bringing you the entire scoop, and guiding you around some cool picturesque spots along the […]

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Freshers’ Week 2018: Monday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Monday

Freshers' Week, September 12, 2018

Glasgow Uni’s 2018 Freshers’ Week kicked off with a bang yesterday, and GUST was here to cover the whole thing! From the excitement of the Freshers’ Address to the QMU’s beach party featuring some cheeky Love Islanders and upcoming star Youngr’s gig at the GUU, our team followed the day to bring you the scoop […]

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Freshers’ Guide 2018

Freshers’ Guide 2018

Freshers' Week, September 10, 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.

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GUST’s Pres for Freshers

GUST’s Pres for Freshers

Freshers' Week, September 10, 2018

Looks like Freshers aren’t the only ones having fun this week… we’ve been doing some cheeky pre-ing ourselves. Join us for an exclusive look into our bootcamp and just how your fave GUST programmes are made! We are GUST. Join us!

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Hawkers

Hawkers

Arts, August 29, 2018

Trendy, cheap, and fresh, street food has exploded on to Glasgow’s food scene in the past few years. But what is being a trader really like? And is street food really the holy grail of inexpensive innovative food it’s cracked up to be?

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