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.
The Science of Lying
GUST members test their ability to lie and be lied to in this fun gameshow setup.
Best Broadcaster 2015
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Team 2014/15 Semester 2
These are the people overseeing the making of GUST for the second semester of 2014/15. Top Four Controller Sarah Battensby — [email protected] Heads of Programming Jonny Little — [email protected] Head of Creative Programming Matthew O’Donnell — [email protected] Head of Factual Programming Technical Coordinator Oscar Schafer — [email protected] Producers Arts Producer Leah Jones — [email protected] » […]
Freshers’ Week 2014 – Friday
We head down to the GUU to reflect on the week and go the QMU for their UV Paint Party.
GUST’s arts gameshow, Artifact, sees two teams go head to head in some arty challenges.
NASTA 2014 – Best Cinematography
The medium is the message, they say, and GUST is all about the message. Our team of talented camera-workers, technicians, and directors work hard to bring you dazzling shots.
The Snowden Campaign.
Tom Clarke interviews Chris Cassells and Lubna Nowak from the the Edward Snowden For Rector Campaign ahead of the 2014 Rectorial election results on the 18th of February.
Culture Shock -– Chinese New Year Celebrations
Culture Shock looks at the Confucius Institute’s annual Chinese New Year celebrations with traditional Chinese music, art and food to welcome in the Year of the Horse.
Black And Gold – Episode I
This is the first edition of Black and Gold, the programme that highlights the variety of sports opportunities available to you at Glasgow University. This episode features an interview with GUSA President Stuart Law, a profile on the university’s Kendo Team and coverage of the annual charity Monster Dash held at Garscube Sports Complex.
Culture Shock – Acis and Galatea
Culture Shock, GUST’s new art program, follows the production of Händel’s opera, Acis and Galatea, an up and coming student produced opera-play by the Glasgow Opera Collective. With thanks to Nayan Patel. More information on the event can be found here: http://www.monocafebar.com/events/music-of-the-spheres-and-glasgow-opera-collective-presents-acis-galatea/
Team 2013/14 Semester 1
These are the people overseeing the making of GUST for the first semester of 2013/2014. Top Four Controller Alicja Tokarska — [email protected] Heads of Programming Cairan McLaggan — [email protected] Head of Creative Programming Madeleine McGirk — [email protected] Head of Factual Programming Technical Coordinator Arif Nadeem — [email protected] Hi all, I am Arif! I am studying […]