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.

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General Election Leaders’ Debate

GUST brings you to the full coverage of the first Scottish leader’s debate of the general election. Nicola Sturgeon, Jim Murphy, Willie Rennie and Ruth Davidson join in a heated discussion in Glasgow University’s QMU.

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Sports Personality of the Year 2014

In December 2014 we got the opportunity to attend the red carpet event for the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year awards where we met some of the most famous sports stars on the planet!

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#ForeverAlone

Do you ever feel #ForeverAlone? Are you sick and tired of your #SingleProblems? Trust us, we’ve all been there.

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Murano Cribs

GUST gets an exclusive look inside a Fresher’s Crib at Murano Street Student Village.

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The Art Of Dancing

In the first episode of ‘The Art Of’ series, our inexperienced GUSTies learn how to dance! They discover the elegance of Ballet, the urban moves of Hip-Hop and the liveliness of Bollywood dancing, all with the help of our friends at Dancemania. So come on Glasgow, get your dancing shoes on!

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Glasgow University’s World War One: Stories of Honour

During the First World War, 4506 members of Glasgow University played a role in the war effort, serving on the front lines or on the home front. The University’s ‘Roll of Honour’ went online in 2005, and since then over 300 biographies of those who took part have been added. […]

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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.

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