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Freshers’ Week 2018: Friday

Freshers’ Week 2018: Friday

Freshers' Week, September 15, 2018

We started with a bang and we ended with a boom, boom, skidi pap pap. Woo! In our final Freshers’ Coverage for 2018, we picked up some stuff for our flats in IKEA, then tried to measure our longest yeet ever. Later on, we did some decibel-appropriate dancing at GUU’s Headphone Disco, then got covered […]

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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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GUST’s Pres for Freshers

GUST’s Pres for Freshers

Freshers' Week, September 10, 2018

Looks like Freshers aren’t the only ones having fun this week… we’ve been doing some cheeky pre-ing ourselves. Join us for an exclusive look into our bootcamp and just how your fave GUST programmes are made! We are GUST. Join us!

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Miscellanea: Glass Art

Miscellanea: Glass Art

Arts, October 13, 2017

In this week of Miscellanea, we visit Catherine Lowe in the WASP studio in Glasgow to talk about glass and glass art. Her beautiful jewellery evokes the Hebridean seaside; we discuss her inspirations, how she started in glass-making, and whether we should give glass a go ourselves.

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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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GUST Presents: Take Me Out of Uni

GUST Presents: Take Me Out of Uni

March 22, 2017

Exam season slowly creeps toward us, and along with it a calling for new forms of procrastination. GUST remedies such a need with its very own dating show, calling in all bored students on the search for that special someone…tune in for romance, rejection and fairly mild choking.

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Let’s Talk About Sexual Violence

Let’s Talk About Sexual Violence

February 25, 2017

T/W: Discussion and recreation of sexual assault/rape The Let’s Talk Campaign was started by various University of Glasgow students from activist societies including Sexpression, the Isabella Elder Feminism Society, Fem Soc, Amnesty International and GU Mental Wealth aiming to end sexual violence on campus. The current President of GUMW and member of GUST Eilis Slater […]

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Where is the line – Trailer

Where is the line – Trailer

February 15, 2017

What do we see as art? Our producer Maya went out to find art in places we might not normally think to find it.

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Dummy’s Guide to Making a Porno

Dummy’s Guide to Making a Porno

Comedy & Drama, February 14, 2017

A group of university students find out the HARD way that CUMMING together and making a porno can lead to a CLIMAX that no one wants to see…

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Art In The Everyday

Art In The Everyday

Arts, February 10, 2017

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 […]

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GUST Dramatic Readings

GUST Dramatic Readings

Arts, January 20, 2017

These are serious dramatic readings. This is a serious film. We are serious…   Nah, but in all seriousness this is super serious.

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