(cw: suicide, self-harm) Caring for someone with a mental illness can be a challenging experience – millions of people across the UK support those with mental health problems and many struggle to talk about their problems. We talked to four students at the University of Glasgow about their experiences, and got some advice from […]
Back in November, GUST’s very own Patrick Simpson went to Stereo to check out Jamnesty,; a weekend of poetry, music, and raising money for human rights organised by GU Amnesty International.
Art In The Everyday
Passing day to day becomes boring. But what if you could see your surroundings as an outsider, where everything is new and the details stand out. Growing up my dad always stopped and made me see details. Noticing moving shadows, the light on the side of a building, or seeing the way those wires […]
It’s Always GUSTy In Glasgow
Patrick and Alex decide to give acting their best shot but will they be good enough to get a call-back to this supposed film? Or television programme? Or…wait, is this even legit? Probably not.
Come join GUST on a crazy journey through science, corn flour and fantastic foamy fountains! In this parody of a 90s kid’s TV show, Professors Matilda and Rosanna discover a world of science fun with experiments and a trip to the science centre.
Made-Up Art Games!
GUST partakes in some Made-Up Art Games
GUST takes on the classic TV show ‘Mastermind’.
Freshers’ Week 2016 – FRIDAY
We finish off the week with highlights such as the GUST Flash Quiz, the UV Foam Party and Dodgeball.
Freshers’ Week 2016 – WEDNESDAY
On Wednesday we revisit some Freshers’ Week classics including the Sports Fayre, the Headphone Disco, the GUSA Party and the International Ceilidh.
Freshers’ Week 2016 – TUESDAY
On Tuesday we checked out the Freshers’ Fair, DJ Fresh, Itchy Feet and the GUU’s BADGE.
Freshers’ Week 2016 – MONDAY
GUST shows you all the highlights of Freshers’ Week Monday.
Record Store Day 2016: Celebrating Glasgow’s Vinyl Community
On the busiest day of the year, GUST went to some of Glasgow’s numerous thriving vinyl shops to explore what old-school independent record stores mean to the city’s community of music fans.