In celebration of “Mean Girls Day” we take a look back at the film and what made it truly so fetch. In 2004 a lot of us were still in our glory days of primary school; before we cared about what other people thought and before we were gifted with the modern cult … More Throwback Thursday: Mean Girls
After the death of Alfred Nobel his vast wealth, which came from patents on destructive inventions such as dynamite, was left to be put into the creation of five prizes; chemistry, physics, medicine, literature and peace. On the 6th of October, the latter will be announced, and a new Nobel peace laureate will join the … More The Paradoxical Peace Prize
On the fifteenth of September, European champions, GUU Debating had their inaugural show debate of the years, This House Would End the Special Relationship. G-YOU managed to get an exclusive interview with two of the many notable speakers here that day. Mrs Emily Thornberry, and Mr Paul Sweeny. Although what follows is an interview that … More Paul Sweeney and Emily Thornberry: Freshers’ Show Debate Interview
Last night, GUU was very lucky to host Swedish artists Neiked who played in the Debates Chamber as part of Freshers Week. G-You interviewed Ida Staxenius, Benjamin Johansson, and Mikael Rabus, who came to play at the gig. Where does the band name come from? That’s actually an excellent story. We’re a collective group of … More NEIKED: Freshers’ Week Interview
Picture From the Washington Examiner Anthony Scaramucci (The Mooch) recently made headlines after being appointed as the white house communications director on the 21st of July, only to be pushed, or jump from the position ten days later. A loaf of bread lasts me longer than his tenure. Officially he is “Stepping down so the … More Ten-day Tenure: The Story of Antony Scaramucci
Despite Glasgow being hailed the Vegan Capital of the UK, there is still huge stigma surrounding plant–based diets, with vegans being stereotyped as ‘hippies’ or anti-capitalist layabouts. The mere mention of the word ‘vegan’ can initiate a heated debate in seconds. Most commonly, the phrase “I could never cut out [insert meat/dairy product]!” is exclaimed … More The ‘V’ Word
In this day and age, we are swamped by social media. Most people are subscribed to more than one site, and will spend hours perusing them through-out the day. In fact “Business Insider” has calculated that a millennial will likely spend five years and four months of their lives on social media. The original social … More Call out or call in?