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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: 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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Entrepreneurship in Glasgow: Scoop Analytics

Entrepreneurship in Glasgow: Scoop Analytics

Science, November 24, 2017

GUST collaborates with Scottish Enterprise Scotland and interviews entrepreneurs from the University of Glasgow Computer Science department.

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Entrepreneurship in Glasgow: My Book List

Entrepreneurship in Glasgow: My Book List

Science, November 17, 2017

GUST collaborates with Scottish Enterprise Scotland and interviews entrepreneurs from the University of Glasgow Computer Science department.

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MONO presents: SACRED PAWS

MONO presents: SACRED PAWS

Music, August 1, 2017

This month, Sacred Paws were awarded Scottish Album of the Year Award for their debut release ‘Strike a Match’. Back in January we were lucky enough to catch their record release gig at Mono, Glasgow’s very own restaurant/music venue.

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A Conversation with Divina De Campo

A Conversation with Divina De Campo

Arts, June 10, 2017

The wonderful Owen Farrow; aka Divina De Campo, sat down with us to have a conversation about the line between art and makeup. Where should it be drawn and what influences that decision? When does makeup go from something people do in everyday life to an art form in its own right?   This interview […]

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Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours

Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours

April 12, 2017

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 portrayed by actors) to discuss […]

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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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NaSTA 2017 Entry – Best On-Screen Female – Matilda Fleming

NaSTA 2017 Entry – Best On-Screen Female – Matilda Fleming

NaSTA Entries, March 29, 2017

Check out the showreel of our wonderful presenter and actress Matilda.

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Surround Sound Live: Deni Smith

Surround Sound Live: Deni Smith

March 23, 2017

In the second episode of Surround Sound Live, Matilda is joined by singer songwriter Deni Smith.   Where to find Deni Smith: Website: www.denismithmusic.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeniSmithMusic/?fref=ts Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/deni_smith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deni_smith/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/deni_smith Bring Back The Sun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYoH7uvNHLI

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GUST Does Jeremy Kyle

GUST Does Jeremy Kyle

Comedy & Drama, March 15, 2017

According to ITV, “Jeremy loves his job as host of The Jeremy Kyle Show.” Well, he may have to give it up pretty soon as Chris Boland gives him a run for his money in ‘My girlfriend is cheating on me in my own bed’.

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Glasgow Alternative – Veganism

Glasgow Alternative – Veganism

March 13, 2017

Next up for Glasgow Alternative, GUST heads down to Vegfest at the SECC on Clydebank, to find out a bit more about the increasingly popular alternative lifestyle, Veganism. With stalls, summits, cooking demonstrations and more, the festival brought together vegans and non-vegans alike to get a taste for the lifestyle; why it’s become so popular, […]

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