Glasgow University Student Television

Miscellanea: Leather Crafting

Miscellanea: Leather Crafting

Arts, October 27, 2017

This week on Miscellanea, we chat to Kindred Willow about leather-crafting. Entirely self-taught, his Celtic-inspired belts and shields are incredible examples of craftsmanship and skill.

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The Top 5: Bars and Pubs Around Glasgow University

The Top 5: Bars and Pubs Around Glasgow University

Lifestyle, October 11, 2017

In the first of the Top 5 series, GUST looks at five pubs and bars around the main campus of the University of Glasgow.

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Freshers’ Week Friday – 2017

Freshers’ Week Friday – 2017

Freshers' Week, September 16, 2017

And with that, we come to the end of GUST’s Freshers’ Week coverage for 2017, and we certainly go out with a bang.

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Freshers’ Week Thursday- 2017

Freshers’ Week Thursday- 2017

Freshers' Week, September 15, 2017

It’s the penultimate day of Freshers’ Week!

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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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True Acoustic Sessions: Walt Disco

True Acoustic Sessions: Walt Disco

Lifestyle, Music, July 20, 2017

GUST heads over to the True Student Accommodation pop-up shop on Byres Road to check out the new True Acoustic Sessions, with the band Walt Disco taking over the space. The sessions have been set up by True to promote student music in the calm and laid-back atmosphere of the shop.   Check out Walt […]

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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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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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Surround Sound Live: Jack Elfick

Surround Sound Live: Jack Elfick

Music, March 12, 2017

Surround Sound live is back! In this episode, new GUST Music producer Matilda is joined by Jack Elfick, the guitarist and singer of rock’n’roll band, ‘The Bikini Bottoms”.   Where to find ‘The Bikini Bottoms’: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bikinibottomsband Soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/thebikinibottoms Instagram: @bikinibottomsband

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GUST News: REWIND

GUST News: REWIND

News, March 10, 2017

GUST News takes a look back at the biggest stories from First Semester at the University of Glasgow from the GUU to the QMU, SRC and beyond.   With thanks to University of Glasgow Sport and Coopers, Great Western Road.

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Glasgow University Refreshers Week 2017

Glasgow University Refreshers Week 2017

Clubs & Societies, March 6, 2017

Has the reality of second semester hit you hard? Did being away from uni over the holidays get you down? Are you longing for those simple, carefree days of Freshers’ week? Glasgow University’s four student bodies hosted ten days of events in an attempt to get students out of the post-holiday blues and back into […]

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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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