Glasgow University Student Television

Miscellanea: Composing

Miscellanea: Composing

Arts, November 3, 2017

In the final episode of Miscellanea, we chat to Fergus Hall to find out why he enjoys composing music. His original songs have been performed in the Kibble Palace and beyond, and his sometimes gentle, sometimes experimental music (not to mention his enthusiasm) mark him out as a very talented composer.

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Freshers’ Week Wednesday- 2017

Freshers’ Week Wednesday- 2017

Freshers' Week, September 14, 2017

We’ve reached the halfway point! 

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Science Makes Glasgow: Get Curious

Science Makes Glasgow: Get Curious

Events Coverage, Science, August 31, 2017

GUST returns to the Glasgow Science Centre to cover the launch of their new series of events Science Lates, an adult-only nights with cocktails, experiments and more.

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Painted Faces

Painted Faces

Lifestyle, July 28, 2017

“You can tell any story you want with makeup.” Glasgow student Catriona Mackenzie talks about her personal love of makeup and her inspirations and aspirations surrounding it while she paints a friend’s face for a night out.

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Factual Shorts: I’ll Show You Mine

Factual Shorts: I’ll Show You Mine

Arts, Lifestyle, July 24, 2017

Behind every tattoo is a personal story or memory.  Join our host Nina Macdonald as she explains her own tattoo and chats to friends about theirs.

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Drunk Science

Drunk Science

Science, March 31, 2017

GUST tests the boundaries of science! Watch four brave participants attempt science experiments under the influence of alcohol. Tensions will rise, friendships will break, and slime will be spilled.

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Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code

March 8, 2017

GUST speaks to some awesome women in the Computer Science field to get their take on the Gender Gap and explores what is being done to debug it.

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Emotional Carers

Emotional Carers

March 1, 2017

(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 […]

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