Hive/Stevenson extension delayed further

The new extension to the Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA) and the Glasgow University Union (GUU) is estimated to cost the University an additional £516,000, Glasgow Guardian can reveal. At a meeting of the University Court…

Gregor Townsend: a soundbite

After GUSA’s Sport and Wellbeing Week success earlier this year, and with Glasgow Commonwealth Games rapidly approaching, it seemed only right to have a (quick) chat to one of Scotland’s most influential sportsmen, the…

Black and Gold: Introducing GUSA

The Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA) is a pretty big deal when it comes to the University of Glasgow. Boasting 48 clubs, two sports complexes, and competitive and recreational leagues inviting people of every skill level to join,…

New Nike partnership for GUSA

Glasgow University Sports & Recreation services have entered into a partnership with Nike and Kitlocker to reduce waiting times and improve the quality of kit used by clubs and individuals affiliated with GUSA. Previously there have…

Club profile: Tennis

Amongst the clamour and commotion made by hundreds of boozed up athletes at GUSA ball, one club remained silent. As individuals and teams received their awards, a group of 35 people sat in nervous anticipation. The…

GUSA: A Year in Sport

It has been yet another successful year for the Glasgow University Sport Association; alongside the University’s recent triumph at the Glasgow Taxis Cup for the third consecutive year, there has been consistent victory in other areas…

10 Minutes with: Calum Nicol

Following on from a fantastic year of sport at Glasgow University, the Glasgow Guardian managed to grab an interview with up and coming basketball star, Calum Nicol. Guardian: What have been your personal sporting highlights in…

10 minutes with: Chris Millar, GUSA President

Following on from the recent GUSA elections on the 8th of March, to which over a thousand students voted on who will take on the mammoth task of running Glasgow University’s sport, the Glasgow Guardian got to…