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14
Mar

Missed out on Grad Ball tickets?

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Have you missed out on Grad Ball 2019 tickets?

You are not the only one. We may put more tickets on sale if there is demand for it. 

Sign-up now and we will be in touch if this happens! 

 Join here:  bit.ly/gradball_ticket

Event held in aid of the Union’s charitable activities.

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13
Mar

Who do you think deserves an Excellence in Volunteering Award?

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This year our Excellence in Volunteering Awards (EVAs) will be held on Friday 10 May 2019 at the Students’ Union. We can’t wait to celebrate the achievements of fantastic student volunteers here at Southampton, but first we need to know who you think should be put forward to receive an award.

If you know someone who has been an incredible volunteer this year, we want to hear about them!
They could have volunteered their time for charity, as a member of a sports club or society, supporting the local community, fundraising, or something completely different!

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11
Mar

RAG’s Big Give Week

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The Big Give is back. RAG’s annual week long series of events, planned to to raise as much money as possible. 

This year’s core charities are Anthony Nolan, Yellow Door and Help Refugees.

Keep an eye out for the buckets on The Redbrick and remember – give a pound, change a life. Want to get involved? Check out the full list of events below 👇

Monday 11: 

💰 Take Me Out, The Bridge 19:00-23:00 Tickets available here 

Tuesday 12:

💰 Redbrick Masterclasses 11:00-16:00

💰 Erasmus Park Film Screening, Clueless 18:00-20:00

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07
Mar

The Red Box Project: Let’s #EndPeriodPoverty in Southampton

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Hi everyone, I’m Charlotte, your Community and Volunteering Officer. I have been working with the External Engagement Zone to bring you another community project which you can get involved with! This time we are looking at tackling the problem of period poverty in Southampton with a multi-campus Red Box Project throughout the whole of March to coincide with Women’s Month.

What is period poverty?

‘Period poverty’ is a term which refers to a lack of access to essential sanitary products due to financial constraints. Sanitary products such as tampons are sold at inflated prices with an additional ‘tampon tax’ due … Read the rest

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07
Mar

Candidate Spotlight: VP Sports

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Meet our candidate for the Sabbatical Officer role of VP Sports on the Redbrick TODAY from 12:00 – 13:00. This is chance to ask them any questions you have on their key points and why you should vote for them.

The responsibilities of VP Sport include leading the Athletic Union, developing sport performance and encouraging participation in Sport. They will oversee our Athletic Union, Sports Participation and Intramural Officers. You can read the full job description here: Vice President Sports.

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06
Mar

Voting Now Open in Spring Elections! Here’s How to Vote

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Voting is open NOW in our Spring Elections, so make sure you know the process to vote for your preferred candidates!

Voting is open from Wednesday 06 March at 09:00 – Friday 08 March at 16:00.

Step 1: Visit bit.ly/susu_vote

Step 2: Login using your University login details

Step 3: Read candidates key points, then vote for your preferred candidates, putting your favourite at number 1, your next preferred candidate at number 2, etc.

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06
Mar

Candidate Spotlight: VP Welfare and Community

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Meet our candidates for the Sabbatical Officer role of VP Welfare and Community on the Redbrick TODAY from 12:00 – 13:15. This is chance to ask them any questions you have on their key points and why you should vote for them.

The responsibilities of VP Welfare and Community include leading on student welfare leading on equality and diversity within the Union, and leading on Welfare and Community campaigns. They will oversee our International, LGBT+, Womens, BAME, Disabilities and Wellbeing Officers. You can read the full job description here: Vice President Welfare and Community.

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05
Mar

Candidate Spotlight: VP Education and Democracy

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Meet our candidates for the Sabbatical Officer role of VP Education and Democracy on the Redbrick TODAY from 11:30 – 13:00. This is chance to ask them any questions you have on their key points and why you should vote for them.

The responsibilities of VP Education and Democracy include representing students’ academic interests, ensuring students have a voice at the University and leading on Union Democracy. They will oversee Faculty Officers, our Joint Honours Officer, PGT and PGR Officers and Faculty Reps. You can read the full job description here: Vice President Education and Democracy.

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04
Mar

Candidate Spotlight: VP Activities

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Meet our candidates for the Sabbatical Officer role of VP Activities on the Concourse of Building 42 TODAY from 12:00 – 13:00. This is chance to ask them any questions you have on their key points and why you should vote for them.

The responsibilities of VP Activities include representing club and society interests, supporting all affiliated societies, and improving the student experience at Southampton. They will oversee Performing Arts, Media groups, volunteering, fundraising and enterprise. You can read the full job description here: Vice President Activities.

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01
Mar

Grad Ball theme – we have a winner!

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Last week we ran a vote on which theme you’d like Grad Ball 2019 to be, and the winner is….

The Great Gatsby!

The means plenty of 1920’s glitz, glamour, sequins and cocktails galore! 

Out of nearly 800 responses, The Great Gatsby won 50% of the vote.

You also told us you don’t want a celebrity DJ, but you do want a Professional DJ, live music and a photo opportunity. Good news – you’ll get all this and more to enjoy on the night!

Tickets

Tickets will be on sale from Monday 11 March from the Box Office.

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