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From Jackson to Kalamazoo

From Jackson to Kalamazoo

Arts, May 6, 2019

Does it get better? Filmmakers attempt to answer in one room, with 24 hours, in a 3-minute long film. ‘Better?’ attempts to turn the good and the bad into something beautiful.

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HAIR

HAIR

Arts, March 6, 2019

Filmed and edited in under 12 hours, HAIR explores people’s relationship to their most recognisable feature, and what it means to them and their identity.

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The Mars El-Brogy Award for Multimedia Content 2019

The Mars El-Brogy Award for Multimedia Content 2019

Features, NaSTA Entries, February 13, 2019

GUST explores how it uses its multimedia platforms in order to market the station and engage with its members and viewers. However, it takes a dark turn when our Controller, Patrick Simpson is found dead and the GUSTies must investigate Who Killed The Controller. This is GUST’s entry for the 2019 NaSTA award for the […]

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Miscellanea: Visual Art

Miscellanea: Visual Art

Arts, November 14, 2018

In the second episode of Miscellanea, we talk to visual artist Choirstaidh MacArthur about digital collage, intersectional feminism, and looking like your work.

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Hawkers

Hawkers

Arts, August 29, 2018

Trendy, cheap, and fresh, street food has exploded on to Glasgow’s food scene in the past few years. But what is being a trader really like? And is street food really the holy grail of inexpensive innovative food it’s cracked up to be?

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GUST Best Broadcaster 2018

GUST Best Broadcaster 2018

NaSTA Entries, February 16, 2018

What has GUST been up to since the last NaSTA awards? This is a 10-minute reel showcasing GUST’s vibrant spirit, with the aim of winning over the judges’ hearts and the coveted Best Broadcaster award.

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Breaking the Cycle

Breaking the Cycle

NaSTA Entries, February 15, 2018

Eating disorders affect a large proportion of the UK’s population, but are so rarely spoken about and considered to be “taboo.” This documentary explores what it means to live with an eating disorder in today’s society, featuring interviews with people who have been through them sharing their experiences.

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Cosplay: Unmasking An Art

Cosplay: Unmasking An Art

Arts, January 20, 2018

Cosplay – dressing up as your favourite characters from books, films, or TV shows – is a misunderstood pastime. Often dismissed as a waste of time and a cheap form of escapism, few would call it an art. But should we? GUST headed to Glasgow Comic-Con in September to ask cosplayers about how and why […]

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A Fresher’s Story: An Odyssey Through First Year

A Fresher’s Story: An Odyssey Through First Year

Lifestyle, November 26, 2017

Constructed entirely out of unscripted, authentic (and occasionally grainy) footage caught at random moments throughout Xavier’s time in first year, this piece gives a strong impression of what it is like to progress through your time at the University of Glasgow and the city beyond it. It is split into three sections, marking what he […]

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Emotional Carers

Emotional Carers

March 1, 2017

(cw: suicide, self-harm)   Caring for someone with a mental illness can be a challenging experience – millions of people across the UK support those with mental health problems and many struggle to talk about their problems. We talked to four students at the University of Glasgow about their experiences, and got some advice from […]

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Love in Conversation

Love in Conversation

Lifestyle, February 12, 2017

These conversations explore the expectations of love today and the actual reality of it as experienced by young adults, from losing love to finding it, and to simply accepting it.

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The World Within

The World Within

Features, March 9, 2016

GUST’s newest animation tells the story of a girl who struggles with anxiety and OCD, which strongly influence how she perceives reality.

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