As it too much to hope that we’ll have another day of sunshine for the second Bank Holiday of the month on Monday 25th May?
Today we launch our student consultation questionnaire, and we need YOUR help in choosing the name of our new recruitment agency.
We’ve got more details to reveal for this year’s biggest party!
Our Creative Industries Zone is always growing and developing – and with the ever-changing national landscape of the creative arts it’s important that we adapt to achieve alongside new changes.
It’s time to talk about the elephant in the room. Some people feel uncomfortable or embarrassed talking about mental health illness, others labour under the notion that it’s a rare and obvious illness to have – we need to address that. Statistically, 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem in any given […]
One of our ETA-nominated lecturers is hosting a Guardian Masterclass, all about turning research into journalism. This course, taught by Geography Lecturer Bradley L Garrett with Anna Minton (author and director of an architecture MRes at University of East London) and Mike Herd, editor of the Guardian Cities website. Bradley brings to the course his […]
Stress Less Fest has already had an event-packed week, but our attempts to keep you free from stress throughout exam and hand-in season doesn’t end ther
The 14 May saw the announcement of the vote results of the Summer Elections – several students were in the running for new positions, or positions not filled during the massive Spring Elections this year. Please click here to view Academic President, Academic Vice-President and Course Representative results. Please click here to view Trustee, Student […]
The Men’s Hockey Club are to publicly apologise, undergo equality and diversity training and pay a fine following an “unacceptable” and offensive email sent by the Club last term. Following a disciplinary hearing last week, at which the Club pled guilty to the charges of breaking University and Union rules, the Club will also get […]