Glasgow University Sports Association



GUSA Council election results

4th March 2021

Most positions were uncontested including the presidency with only convenors for sport, events and welfare being contested. The results of the GUSA spring elections 2021 have been announced. The results were announced by out-going GUSA president Sherief Kholeif, revealing all elected positions on the GUSA council for the next academic year. The elections to the ...


Manifesto analysis – Jessica Woodcock for GUSA President

3rd March 2021

Jade Aimers analyses Jessica Woodcock’s manifesto for GUSA President following their interview. Jessica Woodcock, a candidate with extensive experience, has been elected unopposed to the role of Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA) President. Her manifesto promises a great deal, targeting the key issues of representation, welfare, sustainability, and communication. Her overarching ai...


Interview and analysis: Sally Bell – GUSA VP Candidate

1st March 2017

Selena Jackson Features Editor Manifesto Analysis After a year as Glasgow University’s Sport Association (GUSA) Welfare Convenor, Sally Bell is now aiming higher, running for the position of Vice President. As Welfare Convenor, she worked with a number of cross-campus groups, and she certainly has a solid track record behind her, including orchestrating GUSA’s involvement ...


Interview and analysis: Liam Roberts – GUSA Presidential Candidate

1st March 2017

Jack Haugh Sports Editor Manifesto Analysis Of the two GUSA Presidential candidates, Liam Roberts’s manifesto is the most daring, including a radical redesign of the existing Club-Tier system which could drastically affect how clubs are funded. However, it would completely contradict Glasgow University’s commitment to widening participation by shifting wealth towards the “elite”...


Interview and analysis: Paddy Everingham – GUSA VP Candidate

1st March 2017

Megan Brass Writer Manifesto Analysis Candidate for Glasgow University’s Sport Association (GUSA) Vice President Paddy Everingham is highly passionate and offers long term yet reasonably feasible goals. A sport science student and the current Health and Fitness Convenor, he is already largely involved with GUSA and has clear visions on how he would like to ...


Interview and analysis: Isabella Heath – GUSA Presidential Candidate

1st March 2017

Jack Haugh Sports Editor Manifesto Analysis Isabella Heath comes across in many ways as the steady candidate of the GUSA Presidential elections, presenting a wealth of experience from her current role as Vice President alongside a lengthy manifesto which aims to appease a wide variety of students. With sponsorship, student wellbeing and Wednesday afternoons at ...


As it happened: GUSA Hustings

27th February 2017

Here you can view the Glasgow Guardian closed live blog of the GUSA Hustings, as it happened. ...