Should young people be allowed to go to work to save the economy? Written by: Katerina Partolina Schwartz The most important thing to remember is that we do not know a lot about the Coronavirus. Every day scientists are learning more about it. A vaccine is still a faraway dream, and nobody is 100% sure … More Do it for Your Country
Written by: Scott Norval With all these posts on social media about gaining a new skill/hobby/talent in lockdown it’s so easy to feel overwhelmed. From all the bread baking, to 5km runs and big zoom seshes, you can feel like you are missing out. Sometimes, when I’m feeling low, even just the simplest things feel … More 5 Ways to Help Your Mental Health In Lockdown
During lockdown, with the prospect of travel seeming further away than ever before, a lot of us will be feeling an extra strong sense of wanderlust and nostalgia for our past trips and adventures. G You is happy to present a series of travel writings reminiscing on our community’s favourite and most meaningful trips to … More Trips to the Past: Rome & Paris, Lucy
A breakdown of the election in Coronavirus and predictions from GUU’s resident American. Written by: Jordan R. Hunter With Scotland having an election every year for four of the last five years, and the Holyrood election set for a distant 2021, many folks will crave more election drama this year, especially since we’ve all finished … More What will the 2020 U.S.A. election look like?
Written by: Catherine Bouchard As lockdown begins to lift across the globe, people are starting to emerge from their homes and into the outside world for the first time in weeks. Soon, lockdown will hopefully be a distant memory and a story to pass on to future generations. But before our lockdown lifts in the … More Who’s down for some Lockdown Bingo?
Written by: Kimberley Mannion Most of us, no matter our political views, are in the same place right now – lockdown. Similar strategies to tackle COVID-19 have been implemented across the world by leaders of varying political leanings, but nuances in their approach, however small, make for interesting reflection, particularly when matched up with said … More How political views influence approaches to COVID-19.
During lockdown, with the prospect of travel seeming further away than ever before, a lot of us will be feeling an extra strong sense of wanderlust and nostalgia for our past trips and adventures. G You is happy to present a series of travel writings reminiscing on our community’s favourite and most meaningful trips to … More Trips to the Past: Kos, Imogen
Written by: Fuad Kehinde, Science Editor Are we alone in the universe? A question that has been asked for centuries, and yet, we don’t seem in any way close to answering. Looking out into the beyond of space and searching for beings like us seems to be a unifying human experience. Throughout the centuries (most … More Limits of Humanity: Are We Alone?
Written by: Ewan Galbraith 2020 by all accounts should have been the definitive summer of sport with a schedule filled to the brim with sporting greatness, with Wimbledon and the Tour de France set to be joined by the Euros and the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. Alas with the introduction of Social Distancing and the … More Save The Last Dance – The Sports Shows I’ve been Watching in Isolation
Duncan Henderson, G-You’s politics editor, crowns the GUU’s most ICONIC event. Written by: Duncan Henderson It’s now been two months since the GUU closed its doors as a result of coronavirus, sadly putting a pause on some of the iconic events that happen within its walls. In lieu of the classic post-exam pint in Beer … More Getting your GUU fix