Christmas Dinner with Choral Stimulation
Join Choral Stimulation for Christmas dinner in this festive music video.
Freshers’ Week 2015 – Friday
The final day of GUST’s Freshers’ Week 2015 – it’s all the action from Friday
Freshers’ Week 2015 – Tuesday
GUST’s Tuesday coverage of Freshers’ Week 2015.
Freshers’ Week 2015 – Monday
GUST cover all the action from the Monday of Freshers’ Week 2015.
Freshers’ Guide 2015
Let Conor and Kat introduce you to the wonderful University of Glasgow and all that we have to offer here. GUST’s 2015 Freshers’ Guide is here!
Edward Snowden Freshers’ Address 2015 Speech
Edward Snowden, the rector of the University of Glasgow, addresses new students at the annual Freshers’ Address held in the Bute Hall.
General Election TV debate
GUST has taken on the challenge of trying out the new multi-party format being implemented for TV debates in the run-up to this year’s General Election. Chaired by the President of the Politics Society, members of the student political societies discuss pressing issues surrounding students and the main problems arising in current party manifestos.
Episode 3 takes you all the way to the colourful Indonesian islands, right into Finnish saunas and to the Hipster bars in Bulgaria. Enjoy!
For those of you who can’t wait to get away from the cold Glaswegian weather: The second episode of WanderGUST can help you plan your next holiday! This time we are travelling to South Africa, Lithuania and France.
Feel Good – Tips and Advice
Welfare Week might be over, but the stress doesn’t end, especially with exams just around the corner. To give you some advice on how to handle the pressure the best we consulted the Mental Wealth Society. Check out this interview to learn how you can stay on top of things!
If you’re still wondering where to go and what to do on your next vacation look no further! WanderGUST takes you on a trip around the world with experts from all around the globe giving you the very best of advice.
GUST News: The Highlights
GUST News is back with the top stories of the last month: our university’s historic decision to divest from fossil fuels; the rally in support of the Hong Kong democracy protests and the upcoming SRC Autumn elections.