About QUT Glass
Glass Magazine is a hub for QUT student content; from the creative, to the critical, to the newsworthy.
Founded in 2019 by the QUT Guild, in just a few years Glass has grown from a fairly insular, creative-focused community publication to a diverse publication archived in the State Library of Queensland.
And we’re only growing.
In 2022, Glass began to publish print magazines alongside our regular digital content.
This includes work created by our editors, as well as curated pieces from the QUT community.
Read our print issues here.
The QUT Student Guild Media Team exists to hold the University and Student Guild accountable, which means speaking truth to power where possible and relevant to students. Our Role As A Student Publication Student union magazines across the country are integral to student culture and representation. Glass is committed to representing QUT students. This means covering student issues, major changes to university policies, social issues, and student advocacy. This also means providing a platform for individuals to express their views on QUT student culture.
You can view our Constitutional responsibilities here.
As editors, we strive to cultivate a publication that QUT students take pride in. From representing the vibrant creative culture founded at QUT to the concerns and triumphs of QUT students more generally, we want to give back to our community what it has given to us; a wealth of experiences, innovations, reflections and accomplishments.
The Glass editors
Ciaran, Ben, and Celeste <3
Please note: Glass stands against racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism, anti-semitism and hate speech. Content with these undertones will never be accepted at Glass, and we will remove content from contributors who act in ways that contravene these rules.
Glass Media and the QUT Student Guild acknowledge the Turrbal and Jagera peoples as the First Nations owners of the lands where QUT now stands. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present, and emerging, their lores, customs, and creation spirits. We recognise that these lands have always been places of teaching, research, learning, and storytelling.
Glass Media and the QUT Guild acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples play within the Meanjin community.