Hares and Hounds go the extra mile

The Hares and Hounds, Glasgow’s long distance running club, recently held their annual five mile road race, attracting a significant  interest from many local running clubs. Sponsored by Deloitte, the event saw competitors embark from Glasgow’s…

Success for badminton duo

Suzi Higton The Stevenson building, in conjunction with SRS (Sports and Recreation Service), recently staged its annual badminton doubles tournament. The event, which attracted a large turnout, saw last year’s runner-up duo Steven Drennan and Graeme Smith outplay reigning…

The art of the eight limbs

Harry Tattersall Smith learns to toughen up with boxing’s latest phenomenon, Muay Thai I’ve probably never been more macho. I’m off fighting. Generally speaking I’m probably not the most intimidating person. But that’s all about to change, I’ve  spent…

Hockey club outclassed

Glasgow 0 – 4 Strathclyde Despite a deserved optimism from GUHC Men’s 2nds, following their recent resounding 8-1 victory away against Livingston, the squad failed to equal a highly charged Strathclyde side who dominated against their…

Wildcats left licking wounds

The Glasgow Wildcats’ first ever game at the Kelvin Hall Arena against Northumbria in the Netball Superleague, turned into disappointment for the escatically vocal crowd after the resulting  22 – 46 scoreline. Despite an impressive start…

Rugby club tackles national final

Suzi Higton Glasgow University Rugby Football Club got their season campaign off to a strong start, claiming the runners-up spot after reaching the finals of the St. Hellier Pear Cider National 10’s competition, held recently in Newcastle. Despite a…

Shooting hoops for victory

Glasgow University Women’s Basketball team outfought and out-thought an aerially superior Queen Margaret University side (QMU) in a crushing display, as they ruthlessly dismantled their Edinburgh rivals 72-25 in a performance that sent out a…

GUSA host 50/50 fundraiser

Students recently participated in GUSA’s  now annual 50/50 fundraiser over the course of three days for charity, resulting in a weekend exhibition of perseverance, pain and personal achievement. The GUSA event saw over 20 students completing…

Untimely exit for GUFC

Glasgow 0 – 1 Vale of Leithen Reduced to ten men, Glasgow were cruelly dumped out of the first round of the Scottish football Cup at a rain soaked Garscube, against Borders side Vale of…

Living life in high gear

Suzi Higton talks to Mark Beaumont about university, Iranian hospitality and cycling around the planet “I had no idea that you could make a job out of doing something you love so much,”  Mark Beaumont smiles, “I genuinely thought…