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Written by: Kate Collins The Head of Students for Choice’s ‘The Good Cause Project’ discusses the University of Glasgow’s FAQ discrepancies. **Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault, miscarriage and abortion. It is upsetting that this article had to be written, but disturbingly necessary. The good cause policy, by definition, exists to make ‘appropriate allowances for unforeseen or … More My Choice, My Cause.
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: Paris, Alice
Written by: Amy McKenzie Smith There is literally nothing better than full-on laughing with someone. When you both continue to add things that make the heart of the joke even funnier, reaching a point where you can both barely breathe. It’s hard to pin down exactly why laughing until it hurts but feels so good … More Laughter is the Best Medicine.
June Horoscopes: All you gotta know beforehand is that there will be 2 eclipses and 6 planets retrograding. BOOM wham-bam-shang-a-lang. This month the theme is simple-stupid (as my 6th grade teacher, Ms. Lynn used to say) – I will be simple and stupid (and silly too as always [and perhaps grammatically sloppy too]). Aries Rhymes … More June Simple-Stupid-Star-Forecast
Disclaimer: Although the official magazine of the Glasgow University Union, the views expressed are that of the author and not of the Union. The G-You Magazine will always use our platform to advocate for justice and equality. We stand with the University of Glasgow in condemning all forms of racism and discrimination. The team has … More Black Lives Matter: Listen, Educate and Amplify.
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
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: 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?