Meet the Glass Editors for 2023

Welp. We are definitely late to the game buuut we thought it was about time that we introduced ourselves.

We are so excited to introduce ourselves as your editors of Glass for 2023!

We plan to bring you guys a mammoth year of content and to involve you all in the producing of this magazine as much as we can.

We are here to represent you and publish your work and all the stuff that you love 🙂

So without further adieu… YOUR EDITORS!

Ciaran Greig

Hi there, I’m Ciaran – the Editor-in-Chief of Glass for 2023. I’m in my final year of a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Creative Writing)/Bachelor of Laws. In my mind, Glass already occupies such a special place in so many QUT student’s hearts and minds.

For a long time, I revered Glass and I think there’s something about it that makes it an incredibly important student publication. To me, Glass is something special and intangible in its DNA – a buzz or a pizzazz or a hum.

My goal for the magazine has always been, and still is, to capture this buzz and amplify it. I’m excited to see Glass reach even more students this year and publish more students than ever before. We’d love to hear what you have to say. Say hi at

Celeste Muller

My name is Celeste Muller and I am really excited to be involved with Glass this year! This is my first time being involved with the Student Guild, and I’m looking forward to working with my fellow executives to connect to more QUT students, both online and on campus.

I am a third year Business and Communications student, majoring in Economics and Journalism. I love to write about finance, arts and pop culture. I also intern at community radio station 4ZZZ, where I have been able to expand and improve my hard news writing and hone my presenting skills.

My goal for Glass in 2023 is to bring you breaking campus news, more stories about issues that are important to students, and relatable content you actually enjoy reading. I am also excited to interview current students and faculty who are doing really interesting and important work, and introducing those amazing people to the broader QUT community. If you have a story to tell or you are doing something really cool and you want to share that with your fellow students, please get in contact with me!

When I’m not writing or studying, you can find me in my local dog park or driving around Brisbane trying to find the best bakery. I have strong feelings about cheese and spinach triangles and I’m not afraid to share them.

Konstanz Muller Hering

Hi! I’m Konstanz, one of the new Glass editors. I finished my BFA in Creative Writing last year and am now researching experimental multilingual texts for my MPhil.

As a member of the media team, my role is to report on Guild happenings, and create and edit all kinds of content that informs and entertains students. One of my goals for the year is to help Glass better engage with the broader QUT community —there’s space for everyone in Glass!  I’d love to publish more experimental, interactive work on our website and magazines.

A special project I’ve started this semester is unSEXpected, a sex column all about the things that sex ed didn’t teach us, and we’ve learnt along the way. If you have any unique, funny or interesting stories you’d like to share, please get in touch! I aim to make this column a fun, safe and diverse space.

If you can’t catch me in the Guild level 1 office, you’ll likely find me having a chat at QUT’s monthly Lit Salon. I love going to (and writing about) events that feature students and alumni, so if you’ve got a show, exhibition, or even book launch- shoot me a message!

My guild email is but you can also contact me through social media. My @ is in Glass’s Instagram bio.

Ben Steele

Hello hello! It’s so exciting to be a part of the Glass team and I am driven to give you guys the uni media you deserve. I’m in my fifth year of a Bachelor in Law and Communications (Journalism). I want to help keep developing the Glassie atmosphere and this space where students can share their thoughts and creativity with the rest of the QUT community.  

I want to continue to build a reputation for Glass as a place for thoughtful insights and outlandish creativity. I want you all to know the value of you and your work and much we love to publish your work.  

The editors and myself are here for you! Please let us know what you want and if there are any ways that we can help you produce amazing work 🙂 

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