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29th May 2015

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Sports Participation Officer Elections and AGM!

» 28 May 2015 » No Comments

Sports Participation Officer We’re on the lookout for a Sports Participation Officer for next year, and if you think this could be you, nominate yourself now. The Sports Participation Officer is a Student Leader-level position responsible for improving participation in sport for students who don’t get involved at the moment, including those from under-represented backgrounds […]

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THE RESULTS HUB! – brought to you by the SUSU Advice Centre

» 27 May 2015 » No Comments

WHAT IS IT? Results Hub is the final part of Stress Less Fest, it provides you with a one-stop-shop to all your post-exam needs. By that I do not mean we will provide beer, but we will give you advice and support if your exams results are not what you expect.  There will be specially […]

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Care about your mental health? Join the conversation.

» 26 May 2015 » No Comments

  The Mental Health Survey is still open: I want to know how you’ve been supported during your time here so that we can work with the University to make things better for everyone…   Please take 5 minutes to give me your opinions!   If helping to improve support on campus isn’t enough of an […]

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For the love of… tell your MP why climate change matters.

» 26 May 2015 » No Comments

Hi everyone!   Would anyone be interested in joining me in attending the Climate Change Coalition Event in London on 17th June?   It’s a massive event where we can try to speak to our MP about climate change, and raise the profile of sustainability; the more faces the better!   More information is available here: http://fortheloveof.org.uk/speakup/   […]

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It is that time of year again – prepare yourselves for Stress Less Fest!

» 20 May 2015 » 1 Comment

WHAT IS IT? Everyone wants to Stress Less especially during exams, so make sure you leave time for these little happenings! In collaboration with Student Life Zone, Education Zone is bringing you Stress Less Fest until May 29! Over the next few weeks we’ve lined up a whole load of events get you through the […]

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Help us shape Performing Arts funding support

» 19 May 2015 » No Comments

In recent years Performing Arts societies could opt to have their productions underwritten. This process was intended to act as a form of insurance for performances, covering losses up to £1000.00. If the show made a profit, the society or production group kept only 25% of the profits, and the society would be obliged to […]

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#HoldingHands

» 17 May 2015 » No Comments

Visit this page to find out about an incredible campaign for IDAHOT- The International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. Take a photo of yourself holding hands with a friend and tweet it at #holdinghands   http://www.holdinghands4equality.org/  

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Grad Ball Q&A

» 14 May 2015 » No Comments

Lately there have been a number of questions raised about the upcoming Graduation Ball. To give all students with questions about the Grad Ball the opportunity to ask them in an open session with me, I have booked out an area of The Bridge tomorrow at 3pm for an hour. If you’ve any questions or […]

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Grad Ball Update

» 14 May 2015 » No Comments

The Grad Ball is the biggest event on the SUSU calendar, and each year it’s a challenge to make each one bigger and better than the previous. This year has been no exception. We work closely with various talent agents and festival promoters to secure some of the biggest names on the circuit, as well […]

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The General Election Campaign – Your Vote Your Voice. How did it go?

» 12 May 2015 » 2 Comments

Below is a breakdown of the whole £15,169.01 spent on a campaign to engage students across Southampton and Winchester in the General Election by informing them on voter registration and encouraging them to use their vote on May 7th. But the question is: was it worth it? Hell yes it was. I couldn’t be prouder of being […]

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